Unique events run by our expert team.

 
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This bottom up approach to implementing new ideas not only places those that experience the challenge you want to solve at its centre, but also provides you with the tools to design in a new way that is rarely seen in the cycling advocacy world.

CycleHack Challenges are collaborative process that centres our attention on a challenge that you have set. We provide the platform for local and global citizens to collaborate, prototype and test solutions that have impact.

We have developed four challenge components that can either stand alone or link together to build in depth design processes.

 
 

CycleHack Challenges build profit and support the funding used to operate our Global CycleHack Event and grow the global movement.

These challenges are professionally run and require time to set up, capture research and formulate the event agenda. Costs vary dependent on services needed from recruitment, front end research and marketing, to filming and capturing the event.

CycleHack Challenge Components

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On The Street

Connect with existing and future audiences, and gather meaningful insights from a market you’re investigating. Whether you’re interested in citizens within a city, customers with a specific fashion, or a certain type of cyclist we can help you make sense and build a bigger picture. This is all about seeing what is in your blind spots and building a strategy to move forward.

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A to B

Take your concept or theme from the meeting room to working prototypes with the people who will use them. We can work with you to not only understand your customers, but actively involve them in developing ideas that have meaning and purpose for them. We will work with you to look 12 months ahead and innovate fast.

 
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Global Perspective

Engage a global audience and learn about cycling where they live. We can help you gather deeper research than high-level trends to truly understand what is happening on the ground. This is all about building awareness and inspiring action.

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Barrier Flip

Collect and evaluate the barriers to cycling in a small or large geographic area, and highlight new opportunities to overcome them. We’ll work with you to identify new and emerging technologies, and develop ways to put them into practice. This is all about identifying specific barriers and driving innovation to solve urban problems.

 
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