Delegates took part in one of our three afternoon breakout sessions:
From climate change to a cost-of-living crisis, Covid-19 to finding a community after conflict, this roundtable breakout session explored the big challenges we face, and the role cycling can play in helping to overcome them.
Jess Pepper (Founder and Director: Climate Cafés)
Steven McClusky (Founder: Bikes for Refugees)
Phil Jones (Development Manager: Recyke-a-Bike)
Hugh Macgregor (Cycling Scotland)
Facilitated by Nina Saunders (Cycle Training Manager: Cycling Scotland)
This breakout session featured a panel discussion on how we can make our roads safer, and included opportunities for questions from delegates.
Chief Inspector Andy Gibb (Road Policing Department, Police Scotland)
Brwa Mohamed (Head of Design, Engineering and Assurance: Sustrans Scotland)
Keith Irving (Chief Executive: Cycling Scotland)
Our partners, Forth Environment Link, took delegates on a guided tour of local active travel infrastructure which is making it possible for more people living, working, studying and visiting Stirling to cycle more safely.