The Bicycle Association is staging an industry panel at the International Cycle History Conference in London’s Guildhall on 14th June. BAGB operations manager Steve Garidis will be introducing members of panel and will also use the opportunity to unveil major new research findings on cycling in the UK.
The International Cycle History Conference is part of the London Cycling Campaign and City of London’s City Cycling Festival which is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the British cycle industry with many events across three days, including public activities, debates and the London Cycling Awards.
‘The Future from the Past’ panel is being chaired by Ruth Cadbury MP, co-chair of All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group.
The panel members are:
- Fraser Siefart, Ofo dockless bikes
- Ashok Sinha, London Cycling Campaign
- Philip Taylor, Schwalbe tyres
- Jerry Lawson, Frog Bikes
- John McNaughtan, 30+ years ex-Raleigh International
- Dan Farrell, Moulton
- Pippa Wibberley, MD of Raleigh
The International Cycle History Conference is an annual event and is being held 13–15th June in London’s prestigious Guildhall.