Thinking on Two Wheels: 3rd International Cycling Conference

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  1. cfsmtb

    cfsmtb New Member

    Apr 11, 2003
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    fyi - abstracts required by 14 July - get your thinking caps (helmets/) on!

    After recent discussion on the group, we're certainly plenty of content/ideas to submit to this conference. Please consider submitting a abstract for consideration, even if it's in simple point form. ;) Also there's chance for a spin on a TDU stage, hopefully it's *not too* hot next year..

    Thinking on Two Wheels: 3rd International Cycling Conference

    The 3rd Thinking on Two Wheels International Cycling Conference will be held in Adelaide, Australia on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 January 2007. The conference will be hosted by UniSA which is at the forefront of conducting research, and promoting debate and discussion on cycling issues concerned with health, recreation, community, engineering and sustainable transport.

    Additionally, UniSA has sponsored Team UniSA for six years and promotes cycling as a healthy, fun activity that can directly encourage a sustainable transport system and sustainable lifestyle choices.

    The Conference immediately precedes the Down Under Classic and the five-stage Tour Down Under, the only Hors Classe 2 category race in the Southern Hemisphere and the most prestigious international professional cycle race in Australia. This race includes an opportunity for members of the public to ride a stage during the Tour before the professional riders take to the bitumen.

    Delegates can experience the delights of Adelaide including savouring the produce from the world-famous Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills districts while relaxing in the convivial cafes of the several dining precincts of Adelaide. Please note that abstracts are now able to be submitted; the closing date is 14 July 2006. For more information, download the PDF (340KB) brochure.

  2. Bleve

    Bleve Guest

    cfsmtb wrote:
    > fyi - abstracts required by 14 July - get your thinking caps (helmets/)
    > on!

    Interesting. Thanks for posting this.