World Bike Forum

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World Bike Forum

Part of the Forum's events included nightly rides around the city. (image Ricardo Zapata/WBF4)

Part of the Forum’s events included nightly rides around the city. (image Ricardo Zapata/WBF4)

Now in its fourth year, the World Bike Forum has become an inspiring and influential think tank for both global and grassroots urban cycling advocacy in Latin America and the world.

The Forum calls upon academics, artists, leaders and scholars to share their thoughts and ideas, in an event that’s geared not just for cyclists, but everyone living within an urban landscape. Its theme – Ciudades para Todos (Cities for All) focused on ideas related to humans and living spaces, and how “cities can be organized to the benefit of all its citizens.”

The Forum aims to celebrate and further the work of individuals, groups, NGOs, businesses and government agencies that bring positive change on all levels, from local to global.

“Collectively, we will discuss, think and plan solutions so that bicycles, pedestrians and motorists can coexist in harmony. And the more thinking heads, the better – and merrier!”