Strategies Promoting Cycle Tourism in Belgium: Practices and Implications

@inproceedings{Cox2012StrategiesPC,
  title={Strategies Promoting Cycle Tourism in Belgium: Practices and Implications},
  author={Peter Cox},
  year={2012}
}
Cycle tourism poses a number of problems both for academics analysing it as a phenomenon and for those engaged in the management of it. Cycle tourism and cycling more broadly emerge at a nexus of contrasting and often competing agendas. These cross not only administrative policy boundaries, but frequently, as a mobile mode of tourism, geographical boundaries. Further, since the bicycle is also used for quotidian travel, policies designed to facilitate tourism may impact on more mundane activity… CONTINUE READING

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