The award-winning CycleHack is on a mission to make the world more sustainable through reducing the barriers to cycling. Based on a 48-hour hackathon event, CycleHack brings designers, developers, makers, architects, cyclists and non-cyclists together to brainstorm, develop, and prototype ideas to improve the cycling experience. Starting in 2014 with three cities, it has now expanded to over 50 across the world all CycleHacking over the same weekend in June.

Co-Founder, Director of Communications & Networks

  • Vision & strategy
  • Event design & management
  • Sponsorship & partnerships 
  • Research & development
  • Communications strategy and delivery
  • Monitoring & evaluation

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