Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2011
Registration Date: Sep 18, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jun 19, 2011
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Hosted by the Queensland Government, the APCC
will bring together key cycling experts, researchers
and enthusiasts from around the world.
A strong list of keynote speakers has been
secured including:
• Tim Blumenthal
Bikes Belong (USA)
• Sara Carrigan
Olympic Cyclist (Australia)
• Phillip Darnton
Cycling England (United Kingdom)
• Berry De Jong
Traffic Engineer (Netherlands)
• Dr. Satoshi Fujii
Kyoto University (Japan)
• Associate Professor Simon Kingham
University of Canterbury (New Zealand)
• Professor Haixiao Pan
Tongji University (China)
• Sara Stace
Department of Infrastructure and
Transport (Australia)
The APCC will provide an ideal platform for cycling
practitioners and academics to share research
and knowledge, and develop contacts across their
disciplines in a dynamic environment.
The congress will be a valuable forum for
learning and sharing expertise internationally,
with particular focus on solutions for the Asia-
Pacific Region. The key aim is to develop effective
methods for elevating the profile of cycling as
a sustainable, healthy and economically viable
mode of active transport
The congress will focus on the themes of:
• cycleway planning, innovation
and infrastructure
• cycling promotion and travel
behaviour change
• culture, community and choices.
The APCC will provide an ideal opportunity
to showcase Queensland’s world-class
contribution to cycling design, infrastructure,
the built environment and healthy, sustainable
communities. It will ensure the Asia-Pacific is
on the map as a world leader in cycle planning
and innovation. This event will further cement
Brisbane’s “New World City” reputation.
A range of cycling-related tours, events,
entertainment and “The Bike and Lifestyle Show”
will be included in the program, ensuring there is
something for everyone.
The Bike & Lifestyle Show will showcase dozens
of exhibits and stands from a wide array of cycling
and lifestyle goods and service providers.
There will also be an Australian Cycling Museum
exhibit with priceless and iconic memorabilia from
the sport's rich history both in Australia and
abroad. The show will also be running workshops,
on-stage panels and entertainment as well as
an interactive zone.
For more information on all aspects of the APCC,
please visit our web site www.cyclecongress.com.
For more information about The Bike and Lifestyle
Show, please visit www.bikeshow.org.au.


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