Mustard Hosts Cycle Hack Prague 2016
On Saturday 27th June 2016 Mustard hosted a Cycle Hack event at VILA Štvanice.
The discussion and keynotes from cycling communities and activists within Prague, coming together to break down barriers to cycling in the city as part of a global movement.
Guest speakers Richard Gasperotti, Jan Říha and Jiří Motýl gave keynote presentations and had an open discussion about barriers to cycling in Prague. This is the 2nd year Mustard has hosted the Cycle Hack Prague event.
CY.CLE.HACK (SI-CAL HAK)
noun, plural CycleHacks
A tangible prototype that addresses a barrier to cycling.
verb, CycleHacked, CycleHacking
To retrospectively modify current infrastructure and / or cycling products & services using a cyclist’s intuition.
CycleHack is a not for profit event brings people together from around the globe to come up with ideas that tackle the barriers to cycling and provides them with the tools and space to prototype them in under 48 hours.
— CycleHack Prague (@CycleHackPrague) June 25, 2016
Working from Friday and Sunday, you pitch an idea that will make cycling easier or more accessible and build it by the end of the weekend. We had a fantastic 48 hours over the weekend thinking about ideas to hack cycling in Prague. Many thanks to all who participated and enjoyed the afterparty,
See you next year at CycleHack 2017 – follow CycleHack Prague on facebook to stay informed about future CycleHacks in Prague.
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