Download English version of the book: CYCLING and Dutch national infrastructure

Dutch Mobility Digital Workshop Series

Bike-minded teams up with several other Dutch specialists to host a series of Mobility Workshops in the USA, you are most welcome to register and join these events. We promise to offer interesting insights and inspiration about Inclusive (E-)bike planning and design in breakout session #3!

“Bicycles & Los Angeles” at the virtual trade mission on smart & e-mobility in California

I was invited to talk in the “Good Morning San Francisco” talkshow about the potential of (e-)bicycle transportation in the Los Angeles area, highlighting the LA River Path Project for LA Metro, of which Bike-minded is proud to be part of the design and engineering team. Also I talked about the Dutch Mobility Week in LA and Seattle that we are organising together with the Dutch Consulate in San Francisco, the Dutch Cycling Embassy and other Dutch Transportation focussed companies. Go (e-)cycling in LA! #NLUSA #digitalemissie Dutch Cycling Embassy Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

Video link to Talkshow “Good morning San Francisco” June 17 Virtual Mission Smart and e-Mobility California

The Corona pandemic gives cycling a boost

Bike route in Paris, RTLZ, image © Getty

Cycling keeps people moving during the corona crisis and many cities around the world quickly open up more streets and public space for cyclists and pedestrians. These short term mobility experiments can demonstrate the benefits of bicycling mobility, for instance by enabling people to commute by bike. It is really a great opportunity to develop these bicycle networks into permanent safe, direct and attractive bicycle networks for a sustainable, healthy and fun future! This article is about how the Dutch Cycling Embassy and Bike-minded work with cities around the world to make this happen. #cycling #Dutchcyling

Bike-minded part of design team for LA River Bike Path project!

We are proud to be part of one of the biggest cycling infrastructure design challenges of this moment: the LA River Bike Path project.

Image: Metro LA