Cycling debates and putting human-oriented space on the political agenda

Last week I was fortunate enough to be invited along to speak at Trondheim’s monthly Green Drinks meeting. I was asked to talk a bit about cycling without going too deep into the technicalities of my research (although my topic is thankfully quite tangible so it could have touched on this). I thought that given … More Cycling debates and putting human-oriented space on the political agenda

My shot at ‘sykkelhumor.’ A collection of my personal bicycle memes.

Today, for the first time, I’m writing something that is somewhat connected to what I do. My PhD is about bicycle infrastructure planning. I’ve been into bikes for a while. Since my first or second year at university, when I first tried a friend’s old racer. Norway’s terrain and weather is a bit demanding on road … More My shot at ‘sykkelhumor.’ A collection of my personal bicycle memes.