- "Stroopwafels" & Cycling
Especially for the International Cargo Bike Festival 2017 and the Velo-city Conference 2017 we have designed a lovely can for “stroopwafels” in the “Delfts Blue” tradition.
- Place of cargo bikes on the road
At the request of the Dutch Province of Gelderland lecturer/researcher Kaspar Koolstra (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) made a first inventory of the pro’ and con’s of cargo bikes on bike lanes and /or streets. To get a broader perspective on the matter he interviewed several European specialists and producers.
- Delivery by Fietskoeriers.nl
The 600 bike messengers of Fietskoeriers.nl deliver online orders in 30 cities in the Netherlands.
- LEVs in the Spotlight
Toin Peters of the University of Applied Sciences Arnhem-Nijmegen will discuss plans, possibilities and needs to establish a test facility for E-cargo bikes and LEFV
- The Art of Cycling / Cycle-Art
Four international artist show their work inspired by the bicycle during the International Cargo Bike festival. Each of them from a different angle en perspective: photography, video, paintings and collage. + Pakje Kunst
- Pioneering UK Cargo Bike manufacturer Boxer Cycles seeks buyer / partner.
Boxer Cycles based in Poole Dorset, is a manufacturer of family and commercial cargo bikes. Boxer’s founder and managing director Jeremy Davies recently suffered a seizure which has resulted in him having to surrender his driving licence for 6 months minimum. Now Jeremy is looking for a partner to help to keep the business running.
- 100% zonnig
The ICBF will be powered by 100% zonnig.
- ICBF2017 & Velo-city Conference
The ICBF is the pre-event to the Velo-city Conference. Several Velo-city events are free to visit for all ICBF participants.
- Urban Arrow participates at the ICBF2017
Urban Arrow is sponsor and participant at the ICBF2017. Urban Arrow makes attractive, high-quality transport bicycles that can move quickly through the city thanks to the latest technology and modern materials
- Short history of the cargo bike
In the Netherlands thousands of so-called ‘bakfiets’ mothers and fathers kick the ‘bakfiets’ generation to school and the groceries home. They weren’t there fifteen years ago. In the '40 and '50 of the last century the cargo bike was a critical part of the merchants’, craftsmen’s and factories’ business model. And while the cargo bike parents bike around in the Netherlands, the cargo bike’s star is rising in logistical systems in European cities. How significant has the cargo bike already been in the Dutch society, and what potential does it still hold?