Bicycle Partnership Program

Rationale of the BPP
Cycling and proverty reduction
Aims of the BPP
Intervention strategies
Capacity building
Focus regions
Strategic Alliances
Regional Activities
Latin America
BPP team
Intervention strategies

ImageThe Bicycle Partnership Program follows simultaneously 3 intervention strategies in an international collaboration context: policy influence, civil society building and direct poverty reduction.


Influencing policies stands for:

  • the mobilization of citizens, politicians, professionals, and the economy, in order to get the bicycle and cycling on the political agenda;
  • the introduction of laws and rules that facilitate cycling;
  • the promotion of knowledge and know-how that include cycling in various policies.


Civil society building means:

  • supporting of organisations promoting the interest of cycling;
  • development of concepts and support of initiatives to create a market for low-cost bicycles;
  • execution of research and training on cycle-inclusive planning and design of facilities.


Direct poverty reduction includes:

  • removing or reducing of social and financial barriers for bicycle use;
  • realization of innovative production and assembling of low-cost bicycles;
  • implementation of safe bicycle routes.
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