upcoming open workshops:

5 July 

Open workshop, online

Eurobike 2022

13 July | 14 July | 15 July

Frankfurt, Germany

Workshop Circular Cycling Industry:

Open for everyone, or for your team

The book ‘From Marginal Gains to a Circular Revolution’ in a 3 hour online workshop. Learn how to make your business circular and start reducing CO2-emissions related to your products, starting tomorrow.

What is it?

Who should do it?

  • Designers, marketeers, product managers, business leaders and journalists.
  • Join with multiple people from the same company for the best results.

Why do it?

  • The quickest way to get an understanding of the circular economy in the cycling industry.
  • Great wat to start reducing CO2-emissions related to your products.
  • Works for bicycle, parts and apparel companies.

What to expect?

  • Introduction to the linear and circular economies applied to the cycling industry.
  • Workshop is designed to help you with first steps in changing your business.
  • Fast pace and lots of interaction.
  • Comes with a comprehensive workshop manual with all the concepts that can be used after the workshop to implement new concepts.

Open or for your team:

  • Open workshops are open to anyone interested in making the cycling industry more sustainable: designers, marketeers, product managers, even journalists.
  • Want the workshop to inspire your own team or company in private? Or as part of an event? Organise your own workshop for up to 16 people.

Book your workshop

Open workshops

Live Workshops at Eurobike 2022

13 July 14:00-17:0014 July 12:00-15:0015 July 09:30-12:30

The bicycle is a great way to reduce transport CO2-emissions. But the bicycle industry is still an industry in a linear economic system of ‘Take, Make, Waste’, which is not sustainable.

In three live workshops at Eurobike 2022, expert Erik Bronsvoort will help you kick-start your sustainable product development. In just 3 hours, you will learn about the impact of our current system, and how you can rethink your products and services.

More info here.

Workshops for your team

Interested to run the Workshop Circular Cycling Industry for your team or company on moment that suits you? The workshop is great for getting a basic understanding of the circular economy, and how you can make sustainability part of your product and services development. Use it for a basic training for your staff, a project kick-off or to get a conversation with your suppliers going.

Prices start at €1600, customised workshops are possible. Please fill in the form below and book a suitable time in the calendar to get the booking process started.

Fill in the form below

Use the schedule on this page or via this link: https://calendly.com/circularcycling/workshop-circular-cycling. Looking for times more suitable for your time zone? Please leave your request here.
The workshop has been developed for ZOOM. If you cannot use ZOOM, but want to use Teams or Google Meet instead, we will require your help in managing breakout room. If you want to do the workshop in real life, additional costs will be charged for travel time and expenses.
We can customise the workshop for your company/event by including for example your own vision, research and product developments. We will set up an additional meeting prior to the workshop, and integrate your information in the workshop.

Book a suitable time here

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“The format was extremely good and I look forward to continuing the conversation and momentum with the team” – Hamish Acland, CEO at Mons Royal

Swapfiets

“We learned a lot of new stuff and every department in the company realised that they also play a role in realizing a more circular business! For us, this training marked the start of a company wide push to more circular cycling.” – Richard Burger, Founder at Swapfiets

Brompton

“Erik’s Circular Cycling Workshops created a space for our design and product teams to explore both sustainable design and circular economy principles. We left with lots of ideas and a different mindset” – Louisa Holbrook, Head of Sustainability at Brompton

Workshop Circular Cycling Industry