About the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF)
Promoting Cycling Worldwide

The ECF, based in Brussels, Belgium promotes cycling as a daily mode of transport to key decision makers in Europe and globally. Bridging links between the cycling industry, advocates, government, academics and urban planners – ECFs aim is to get more people cycling more often by influencing policy in favour of cycling.
Key competencies of the ECF are cycling advocacy, promotion and lobbying, event and conferences management, research and provide expertise to authorities within international institutions and European Institutions on all cycling related issues, urban cycling infrastructure, safety, tourism, planning and implementation, cycling-specific programs, cycling tourism and initiate EU funded projects.
With over 70 members across nearly 40 countries, the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) unites cyclist’ associations from across the globe, giving them a voice on the international level.

For more information please visit: www.ecf.com

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For current and past press releases, picture or data material, please contact us or visit https://www.ecf.com/4346_1

Some key projects of the ECF

Velo-city is the premier international cycling planning conference series. The event is designed to encourage cycling as part of daily transport and recreation.

The event traditionally attracts around 1,000 delegates and brings together those involved in policy, promotion and provision of cycling facilities and programs. Engineers, planners, architects, social marketers, academic researchers, environmentalists and industry representatives join forces with government at all levels ranging from municipal politicians, policy makers and educators in knowledge sharing and building effective trans-national partnerships to deliver benefits worldwide.

Find out more here: here https://www.ecf.com/3597_1

CycleLogistics Project
Running until May 2014 and involving 15 countries, the EU-funded project CycleLogistics aimed to reduce energy used in urban freight transport by replacing unnecessary motorised vehicles with bikes for intra-urban delivery and goods transport in Europe. The project has helped establish the European Cycle Logistics Federation after recognising a demand for such an organisation.

Information about the project is available at www.cyclelogistics.eu and about the federation https://federation.cyclelogistics.eu.


  • EU kurbelt Lastenrad-Revolution weiter an

    Nach der OECD und der Weltbank machen Lastenräder Halt auf der TRA, der Europäischen Konferenz für Verkehrspolitik und Infrastruktur. Dank der kontinuierlichen Arbeit des ECF in den höchsten politischen Gremien, konnten die Vorteile von Lastenrädern zum ersten Mal den Mitgliedern der Automobil-, Bahn- und Schiffslogistikbranche vorgestellt werden. Weitere Informationen finden Sie in der Pressemitteilung.

    EU kurbelt Lastenrad-Revolution weiter an (pdf, 480 kB)
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  • ECLF Konferenz und Gründung

    Die Gründung der European Cycle Logistics Federation (ECLF) mit über 140 registrierten Mitgliedern spiegelt die europaweit starke Unterstützung von Industrie- und Nutzerseite wider. Über 200 Delegierte aus 25 Ländern trafen sich zur zweiten European Cycle Logistics Konferenz am Samstag, 12. April im niederländischen Nijmegen. Weitere Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte der Pressemitteilung.

    ECLF Konferenz und Gründung (pdf, 493 kB)
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  • ECF – Lastenräder rollen ins EU Parlament

    Lastenräder bieten wirtschaftliche und ökologische Vorteile. Zu diesem Schluss kam eine hochkarätig besetzte Gesprächsrunde im EU-Parlament in Brüssel. Weitere Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte der Pressemitteilung.

    Lastenräder rollen ins EU Parlament (pdf, 390 kB)
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