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    Call for Papers | “Media, Society and Cycling Cultures”, Special Issue of Eracle. Journal of Sport and Social Sciences. Call ends March 31, 2022

    The interdisciplinary field of study ‘Cycling and Society’ represents a part of mobility studies. Cycling studies start from a critique of ‘automobility’, the dominant paradigm of contemporary mobility. They try to outline post-car mobility scenarios and focus on ’velomobility’. With the aim of contributing to this field of study, this call for papers invites articles focusing on the increasing mediatization and platformization of the experience of cycling.

    Workshop | Cycling through gendered lives: exploring the link between structural gender inequalities, gender norms and mobility practices in Japan and beyond | January 20–21 2022

    This workshop will explore the link between structural gender inequalities, cultural gender norms, and women’s bicycling practices. Research works from around the world will be confronted to the “critical case” of Tokyo to identify ways forward for research on gender and cycling. To accommodate researchers from several different countries, and given the ongoing travel uncertainties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, this workshop will be held online.

    Call for Abstracts | Cultures of Mountain Biking in Contemporary Societies | Edited Book Collection, Routledge

    When positioned alongside the ever-expanding disciplines of lifestyle sport and cycling studies writ large, mountain biking remains conspicuous by its absence. The intention of this collection, which will be the first of its kind, is to showcase and promote the excellent work being done by existing scholars in this field, whilst advancing and stretching our conceptual and empirical understanding of contemporary mountain bike culture(s).

    Call for Papers | Longer Distance Cycling: roles, requirements and impacts | Special Issue of Active Travel Studies. Call ends November 16, 2020

    While the combination of longer distance good quality infrastructure and e-bikes could act as an encouragement for some, the combination of the two may not be attractive to others. Overall the special issue is interested in the potential contribution of longer distance cycling and its implications, good and bad. On the positive side, there may be gains in accessibility and inclusion; on the negative, longer distance cycling may deter shorter (slower) cycling trips.

    Call for Papers | The Future of Cycling: Challenges and Possibilities, Cambridge, New Zealand, October 2, 2015

    Join us at the ‘Home of Cycling’ in Cambridge, New Zealand for a one-day symposium to discuss the challenges and potential of cycling. The symposium will also offer a half-day pre-fix event with a tour of the Home of Cycling, ‘Have a Go’ velodrome track session, and welcome drinks.

    Göteborgs cykelfestival, den 3–4 maj 2014

    Den 3–4 maj fylls Frilagret i lagerhuset (Heurlins plats 1, bakom Folkets hus vid Järntorget) med cykelkultur. Filmer, föreläsningar, utställningar, cykelturer, loppis, fest och tävlingar – vi hoppas att Göteborgs cykelfestival kommer att bli en återkommande mötesplats för alla oss som har cyklar och cykling som passion. Bland programpunkterna kan följande noteras: Åsa Maria Erlandsson, tävlingcyklist, berättar om livet som idrottare...
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