The Seminar was attended by 20 delegates and 8 presenters and covered many aspects of community cycling including BMX tracks, criterium tracks, pump tracks, activating facilities, and cyclo-cross. It was great to have the opportunity to witness the Casey All Abilities Program in action on the criterium track, and also see first hand an HPV go around.
Case studies were presented on various tracks and developments, and delegates were able to tour the National standard Casey BMX track.
Some delegates also took the opportunity to tour of Casey Fields with the City of Casey staff.
Thanks to the City of Casey for hosting the event.
Craig Eastwood, General Manager, Cycling Victoria outlines the strategic direction for community cycling
The All Abilities Cycling Program in action
Checking out the Human Powered Vehicle (HPV)