Albi has written 6 posts for Cycling Societies

you are not stuck in traffic. you are traffic. we are traffic.

Bicyclists and photographers Björn and Till from Hamburg (Germany) are not so pleased about traffic in their city. In everyday traffic they feel like most cyclists do these days. They feel caught in the middle – between pedestrians and motorists. In Germany the number of cyclists is on the rise, and most cycleways, esp. when directly … Continue reading

listing Critical Mass, Cycle Chic, and Cycling Blogs

This one is not as promised about cycling to school, or cargo bikes, but on critical mass rides, cycle chic cities, and cycling blogs. On twitter I set up some lists to sort the tweeters by region or topic. While doing so I also browsed some of the linked websites and realized that others have … Continue reading

how Cycling Societies works (II)

I already set some rules before, and told you how we got here. Let’s get more into detail now. So far, there is just me and some ideas in my head. I hope there are some cycling citizens around the world who want to contribute to this project (if so, just write me an e-mail). But instead … Continue reading

how we got here: VeloCityRuhr, Line for Life, and Cycling Societies

I contacted some people in Bangladesh, Denmark, England, Germany, and the USA inviting them to become part of the Cycling Societies project. So let’s see what will happen. Meanwhile I put some more thoughts into it. You might wonder who I am and why I do this. So here’s a little history: As a research … Continue reading

how Cycling Societies works (I)

Actually, this is just a brief suggestion. How we will run the whole show will depend on the best ideas. My thoughts so far are as follows: the homepage cycling-society.net will show an overview about what there is to discover, this blog (blog.cycling-society.net) will be run by me and those of you who are interested … Continue reading

hello world!

Welcome to Cycling Societies. Goal of this project is to connect different cycling societies around the world. So far, there is just me and some ideas in my head. But I will be setting up some other web profiles, be writing about my ideas on this blog, and be including more cycling enthusiasts and of … Continue reading