The 7th Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting took place for the first time in Germany at the University of Wuppertal. Running from October 25th to 27th, 2023, the event brought together 131 participants from 19 countries, fostering a global exchange of ideas in 28 diverse sessions. With insights from 95 speakers, the international and interdisciplinary setting made this past meeting a unique experience in cycling research. Looking ahead, mark your calendars for this year’s conference, set to take place in Zürich from September 4th to 6th at the ETH Zürich.
The CRB Steering Committee presented the authors of the four best abstracts accepted for presentation at this year’s meeting, based on our CAMPING principles (Creative, Accessible, Mutable, Pleasurable, Inspiring, Nurturing, Ground-Breaking). On behalf of the Steering Committee, thank you to the awardees for bringing your innovative work to CRBAM23 and congratulations on this achievement!
Pookhao Chinpongsuwan & Mario Boot
University of Twente
Exploring the potential of fNIRS in capturing subjective cycling experiences
Verena Röll , Diana Stage, Jurik Stiller, Julia Becker, Detlef Pech, Christine Ahrend (Technical University of Berlin & Humboldt University of Berlin)
Rethinking elementary school cycling training
Lucas van der Meer
(University of Salzburg)
Happiness is in the journey: A different view on accessibility in the cycling city
Gheysa Prado, Helena Strömberg , Pontus Wallgren
(Federal University of Paraná & Chalmers University of Technology)
Details that disrupt – Investigating the relationship between the sense of flow and cycling infrastructure