The Cycling and Society symposia have contributed to moving cycling research forward and closer to society and have inspired many researchers and non-researchers from all over the world. All the previous organisers have contributed to making the Cycling and Society Symposia what they are today, a well-renowned forum for discussion on cycling research and its relationship with society.
The Board of Previous Organisers gathers all them and, and they represent the spirit and guiding light to the values of Cycling and Society Symposia:
- Esther Anaya, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London
- Cosmin Popan, Department of Sociology – Lancaster University
- Dave Horton, Formerly at Department of Sociology – Lancaster University
- Dennis Zuev, Institute for Social Futures – Lancaster University
- Gabriele Schliwa, School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED) – The University of Manchester
- Graeme Sherriff, Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit – University of Salford
- Graham Parkhurst, Centre for Transport and Society – University of the West of England
- Henrietta Sherwin, Centre for Transport and Society – University of the West of England / Bath School of Management
- John Parkin, Centre for Transport and Society – University of the West of England
- Justin Spinney, School of Geography and Planning – Cardiff University
- Katja Leyendecker, Department of Architecture and Build Environment – Northumbria University at Newcastle and Newcastle Cycling Campaign
- Nicholas Oddy, Design History & Theory – Glasgow School of Art
- Paul Rosen, Formerly at University of York, no longer working as a researcher.
- Peter Cox, Department of Social and Political Science – University of Chester
- Katerina Psarikidou, Department of Sociology – Lancaster University
- Rachel Aldred, Department of Planning and Transport – University of Westminster
- Richard Weston, Institute of Transport and Tourism – University of Central Lancashire
- Seraphim Alvanides, Department of Architecture and Build Environment – Northumbria University at Newcastle and Newcastle Cycling Campaign
- Tim Jones, Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment – Oxford Brookes University
A big thank you to all of them and looking forward to adding more names to the list!