Velo-city 2023 Leipzig preliminary programme is now available!

The annual world cycling summit reveals its conference programme of 7 high-level plenaries and 66 parallel sessions around the theme “Leading the Transition”.

This year was record-breaking! The Velo-city team received more than 730 abstracts from 46 countries and choosing between the many excellent submissions has not been an easy task. After a lot of consideration and the review done by more than 80 international mobility experts, the Velo-city programme team tied together a programme featuring more than 350 speakers and 66 unique sessions revolving around the theme Leading the Transition. Download the preliminary programme here.

Whether you are interested in developing national cycling strategies or the implementation of low traffic neighbourhoods or unlocking the potential of cargo bikes, the Velo-city 2023 programme has it all. Velo-city sessions are truly empowering for all those passionate about cycling, active mobility and sustainable urban planning! Hear the most inspiring sustainable mobility and urban planning stories from across the globe and learn from the successes of your fellow Velo-citizens.

Thought leaders pushing for more cycling and representatives committed to building people-centred cities will take centre stage. Don’t miss the chance to get inspired at Velo-city 2023 Leipzig and get your ticket now!

But hurry up, early bird tickets are available for a discounted price only until the 3rd of March 2023.

Velo-city is the world cycling summit, where advocates, cities, decision- and policy makers, researchers and industry leaders meet to shape the future of cycling. As the annual flagship event of the European Cyclists’ Federation, Velo-city plays a valuable part in promoting cycling as a sustainable and healthy means of transport for all. Taking place under the theme #LeadingTheTransition, Velo-city 2023 Leipzig will ask the inevitable question: What future do we want to live in? Join us for an unforgettable conference experience from 9–12 May 2023.