World Cycling Research Forum 2011

First held in Adelaide, Australia in 2005, the World Cycling Research Forum (WOCREF) provides a platform for the dissemination of cycling-related research, attracting government, academic and consulting stakeholders. Held in Brisbane this year, immediately following the APAC Cycle Congress, Cycling iQ checked it out.

Demonstrating endurance normally associated with a week-long cycle race, many delegates from the APAC Cycle Congress were diligently absorbing peer-reviewed cycling papers at the World Cycling Research Forum (WOCREF); a two-day conference immediately following the four-day Congress.

With initial abstracts from all continents, finally-approved papers from the forum will be compiled into the ‘Cycling Research International’ journal, to be made available online following the event’s 23rd September conclusion.

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