TRAVEL TALK

The rendezvous for cycling tourism.

Conference language is English.
Several presentations will be held in German, but will be translated simultaneously.
Visitors can choose the audio channel freely. 

Categories TRAVEL TALK
Date Sept. 3, 2020, 10:55 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Time Presentation/Workshop/Panels  
11:00 - 11:05 EUROBIKE TRAVEL TALK Opening Isabell Eberlein, Project Manager Velokonzept
Dirk Heidrich, Project Manager EUROBIKE
Christoph Schulz, Faciliator Velokonzept
11:05 - 11:45 Panel discussion: Resilient cycling tourism - how to ensure collaboration between cities and regions with new modes of transport 

Iris Hegemann, Deutscher Tourismusverband DTV (Germany)
Darco Cazin, Allegra Tourismus (Switzerland)
Agathe Daudibon, Vélo & Territoires (France)
Anke Schäffner, Zweirad-Industrie-Verband e. V. (ZIV) (Germany)
Alexander Hülsmann, Brandmanager KALKHOFF Bikes (Germany)

11:45 - 12:00 Tourism May Never Be the Same. It Could Be Better Pinar Pinzuti, Bikenomist, Italy
12.00  - 12:15 Limburg: 25 years of cycling paradise Ward Segers, Visit Limburg (Belgium)
12:15 - 12:30 Perspectives for national Cycling Tourism Mathias Behrens-Egge, BTE  - Tourismus -und Regionalberatung (Germany)
12:30 - 13:10 LUNCH-BRAKE-PITCH - Inspiration from cities, regions and digital offers 3 minute presentations
Urban Cargo-Bike-Sharing for locals and tourists Marco Walter, Transportrad Initiative Nachhaltiger Kommunen (TINK) (Germany)
Urban

Where to charge the E-Bike in the cities?
A collaboration between various actors is needed 

Uwe Petry, Planungsbüro VAR+ (Germany)
Urban Cyclists in the city: Berlins fast lane to a
cycling metropolis for tourists
Christian Tänzler, Visit Berlin (Germany)
Rural Long distance cycle routes’ projects need national coordination: example from France Agathe Daudibon, Vélo & Territoires (France)
Rural How to make alpine trails available for everyone?  Martin Gerber, IG Trailcenter Thusis (Switzerland)
Rural Sustainable Mountainbiking: A Modell case Nicolas Gareis & Benjamin Trotter : Deutscher Alpenverein (Germany)
Digital Overview Digital tools for cycling tourism - shown at the Example of Römer-Lippe-Route Pascal Tönnissen, Ruhr Tourismus (Germany)
Digital #RestartCycleTourism for a safe COVID-19 recovery and a more sustainable future for Europe Jill Warren, ECF
13:10 - 13:30 Voting and Lunch Break including Networking    
13:30 - 13:45  Presentation: Winner   
13:45 - 14:00 Resonance-Tourism: How society is rediscovering nature, and new approaches boost tourism. Annina Coradi (Switzerland)
  Barcamp - Parallel Sessions  
14:00 - 15:15 Cargo Bikes and Cycling Tourism (45min Panel; 30min Workshop)

Eric Poscher-Mika, vorradlen.at, Austria
Judith Wehr, lastenrad.bayern.de, Germany
Mirjam Stawicki, carvelo2go, Switzerland
Roland Kloss, Crossover - cyclists create cities for people, Austria
André Schumacher, Adventurer & Photographer, Germany

14:00 - 15:30  MTB during Covid19: perspectives and challenges (45min Panel; 30min Workshop)

Gergana Nikolova, Regional Director Europe & Central Asia of the Adventure Travel Trade Association
Mark Torsius, IMBA
Corinna Lanthaler, Tirol Werbung GmbH
Heiko Mittelstädt, DIMB

14:00 - 15:15 Open Data - Open Land? (45min Panel; 30 min Workshop)

Dr. Neele Larondelle, Digitize the Planet/Nationale Naturlandschaften e.V. (Germany)
Tanja Brunnhuber, destination to market (Germany)
Michael Reichert, FOSSGIS e.V. (Germany)
Markus Hallermann, komoot (Germany)
Tilman Sobek, absolutGPS (Germany)

15:15 - 15:45  RECAP Barcamp - Presentation of solutions  
15:45 - 16:00  Travel Talk Feedback  
16:00  Meet the Bloggers: Networking for Cycling Tourism and the The Wriders' Club At the grand finale of this year‘s digital cycling congress, tourism professionals meet bloggers from the cycling and travel sector to develop new cooperation ideas while networking.