Cycling Societies

Innovations, Inequalities and Governance

Dennis Zuev (Redaktør) ; Katerina Psarikidou (Redaktør) ; Cosmin Popan (Redaktør)

This book examines emerging debates and questions around cycling to critically analyse and challenge dominant framings and prevalent conventions of 'good cycling'.


Cycling Societies brings to light the plurality of voices and forms of cycling in other societies, revealing the diversity and complexity of cycling across different socio-political regimes, geographies and cultures. Les mer
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This book examines emerging debates and questions around cycling to critically analyse and challenge dominant framings and prevalent conventions of 'good cycling'.


Cycling Societies brings to light the plurality of voices and forms of cycling in other societies, revealing the diversity and complexity of cycling across different socio-political regimes, geographies and cultures. It presents case studies from five continents and demonstrates the need of thinking comparatively about cycling and urban environments. The book pivots around the three themes of innovations, inequalities and governance and engages a diversity of voices: world-renowned academics in the field of cycling and urban mobility, cycling activists and transportation consultants.


Synthesising academic contributions with policy briefs, this innovative book will be of great interest to students, scholars and practitioners of sustainable transportation, urban planning and mobility studies.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: Cycling Societies: Innovations, Inequalities and Governance


Dennis Zuev, Katerina Psarikidou and Cosmin Popan





Part 1: Innovations





2. Integrated Cycling Policy: A Framework Proposal for a Research-Connected Cycling Policy Innovation


Esther Anaya Boig





3. Smart Cycling: Meaning, Experience and Governance


Anna Nikolaeva, Marco Te Broemmelstroet, Rob Raven and James Ranson





4. Equity and Design in the Smart Bikeshare Sector


Robert Bradshaw





5. Towards a New Stage of Institutionalization? Current Transition Dynamics in the System of E-Bike Mobility in China


Dennis Zuev





6. The Potential for E-Bikes in Everyday Life Cycling Practices: Experiments and commuting in Greater Copenhagen


Oskar Jager Funk and Jonas Larsen





Part 2: Inequalities





7. Researching Cycling Inequalities: Moving Towards More Sustainable Cycling Societies


Katerina Psarikidou





8. Can a Safe Cycling City Be an Inclusive Cycling City? Findings on Gendered Cycling from Sao Paulo, Brazil


Marina Kohler Harkot, Leticia Lindenberg Lemos and Paula Freire Santoro





9. Feminine Velonomy: Women's Experiences of Bicycle Repair and Maintenance in France and Australia


Margot Abord De Chatillon





10. Invisible Cyclists? Acknowledging the Needs and Rights of Disabled Cyclists


Neil Andrews and Isabelle Clement












11. New Wilderness Mobilities: Cycling Against Climate Change, Mass Extinction and Habitat Destruction


Nicholas A. Scott












12. The Fine Art of Cycling: Bicycles, Modernity and Political Art


Bruce Bennett


Part 3: Governance












13. Understanding Cycling Regime Transition and Inequality in the Global South: Case Study of an Indian Megacity


Bipashyee Ghosh and Fariya Sharmeen












14. Cycling for Change? Exploring the Role of Carbon Consciousness Among Cape Town's Intentional Cyclists


Gail Jennings












15. Algorithmic Governance in the Gig Economy: Entrepreneurialism and Solidarity Amongst Food Delivery Workers


Cosmin Popan












16. We Need More Than Plans: A Brief Analysis of the Cycling Policy in Belo Horizonte, Brazil


Guilherme Tampieri












17. Leveraging a Design Manual to Move Towards Excellence in Cycling Infrastructure in Colombia









Thomas Van Laake and Patricia Calderon Pena





18. Afterword: Towards Cycling Societies: When a Crisis Has the Potential to Create a New Cycling Path Dependence


Dominic Villeneuve

Om forfatteren

Dennis Zuev is an assistant professor at City University of Macau, Macau SAR, China, and associate researcher at CIES-ISCTE, IUL, and Instituto do Oriente, University of Lisbon, Portugal.





Katerina Psarikidou is a lecturer at the Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University, UK.


Cosmin Popan is a Leverhulme postdoctoral fellow working in the Department of Sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.