Bike Brussels Awards

At the initiative of Brussels Mobility and Minister Elke Van den Brandt

Bike Brussels Awards 2022

 

The Bike Brussels Awards reward the best

initiatives in the Brussels Region

During the opening of the exhibition on March 25, the Bike Brussels Awards rewarded
two inspiring projects that promote active mobility in Brussels. This year, the
the ASBL Ride Your Future and the Maurice Carême school who received the award, in the presence
presence of the Brussels Minister of Mobility Elke Van den Brandt.
This 25th of March marks the start of the fourth edition of Bike Brussels, the
the capital’s active and urban mobility fair. During three days, more than 100 exhibitors
will present their different products (electric bikes, cargo bikes, micro-mobility
equipment, accessories…). Test rides, conferences and activities for the whole family will also be
for the whole family will also be offered to visitors.
On the occasion of the inauguration of the show, the Bike Brussels Awards rewarded on March 25
March 25, two inspiring projects in the field of active mobility in Brussels were awarded. This year,
26 cycling initiatives were submitted and were divided into two categories. Thus, 6 schools and 18 companies
6 schools and 18 companies who took the opportunity to highlight their
passion for cycling.
1 jury and 2 winners
Composed of Bruzz, Bruxelles Mobilité, Bruxelles Environnement, Cyclo, Atelier Voot,
Goodplanet, Provelo, BECI and the cycling brigade, the jury evaluated all the applications
according to 3 criteria: the integration of the project in Brussels, its impact on different
and the potential to promote daily mobility by bicycle.
The jury unanimously chose to award the prize in the school category to the
Maurice Carême primary school in Anderlecht. A dynamic team that systematically integrates
school trips, excursions and communication with parents.
communication with parents. “Exploring neighborhood routes to organize new bike rides is a strong initiative and a good
is a strong initiative and a good example for other schools,” said the jury.
In the business category, the jury was won over by the non-profit organization Ride Your Future, particularly
with its program for women, Elles en Selles, its bike paths made available to schools and
schools and municipalities, and its support to the midwives of
Wheels of Care. “They are an inspiring multiplier and we hope they will inspire other
bike stores to join their nonprofit cycling story,” noted the
jury.
“But it’s not just the winners who win,” said Etienne Bernard, organizer of
Bike Brussels. “All submitted projects will be included in an information exhibition on
Bike Brussels. This way, the general public will be able to discover the different cycling initiatives in
our capital.
Here are the winners of the 2019 edition: BIKE-BRUSSELS-AWARDS-2019-resultats-resultaten