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02.08.2018

BICYCLE TOURISM IN POLAND - THIS IS THE CONFERENCE HERALD.

The infrastructure for two-wheelers in Poland - what is the investment scope? What are good and bad cycling practices? Are electric two wheels are just a flavour of the month of the future-proof tend? This is what the PTTK conference held within the scope of 2018 KIELCE BIKE-EXPO will focus upon.

BICYCLE TOURISM IN POLAND - THIS IS THE CONFERENCE HERALD.

The conference on the Polish communes involvement in cycling  tourism 
and recreation is held on September 14 at 11.00 Targi Kielce-Bike Expo

The Conference programme comprised of the two thematic blocks.

The first block is composed of lectures which are designed to present the bicycle business trends and the future in Poland and the sector’s impact on tourism development. Visitors will be able to find out what are the world standards of bicycle infrastructure. This will be juxtaposed with the Polish reality.  Representatives of cities and communes who are interested in the topic will be able to become familiar with what  city bikes rental, bicycle inn-hostels and professional cycling events have to offer.

The second part of the Conference will be devoted to the “Cyclists-Friendly Commune” idea and history of the Nation-Wide Competition. The session will include the presentation of the Cyclists-Friendly Commune certificates to selected municipalities . These are granted by PTTK.

Those interested may join the two discussion panels:

  • Are we catching up with Europe? The cycling landscape development directions in Poland
  • What should a cyclists friendly commune look like like?

We invite you to join the meeting held in the Kappa Room in  Targi Kielce Congress Centre  at 1 Zakładowa Street ( the entrance no. 3 in  front of the F Expo Hall ).

Participation in the conference is free, however prior registration on the site is required  LINK.

PLEASE NOTE! In the place for the company name, please oin in: PTTK + your name.

 

(JL)


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