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.
WOCREF Convenor Stu Clement (right) talking with a delegate
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.
More information: www.wocref.org