With eBikes prominent is now the time to invest in long distance cycle routes? – Cycle Industry News
Mark Sutton 26 May, 2022
The University of Westminster’s Active Travel Academy has launched a special edition of its journal, looking beyond the traditional focus of short, urban cycling trips to explore longer distance cycling in the age of eBikes. Laura Laker caught up with the ATA’s Tom Cohen, and read the five Active Travel Studies reports, to bring you the lowdown…
For those unused to reading academic papers they’re not always an easy read, but cover some really important ground around what long distance cycling is, how more trips could be made easier by bike and how to achieve that in an inclusive and environmentally sensitive way.
Longer distance cycling for interspecies mobility justice in Canada considers how active travel infrastructure can benefit all life, including humans, by replacing car space with cycling in a way that’s sympathetic to ecosystems and social inequalities.