Bicycle Tourism Conference
The 2018 conference will be held November 7-10 in San Antonio, Texas. The Conference is held annually by the Bicycle Tour Network and serves as their annual meeting for their member organizations. PeopleforBikes returns as the presenting sponsor of the conference.
BEST PRACTICES, LATEST TRENDS & NETWORKING TO BOOST BICYCLE TOURISM IN YOUR AREA
Annually, the Bicycle Tour Network holds a national conference that allows members to meet and network with each other. The conference includes lectures, interactive sessions, group discussions and breakouts with a variety of topics related to the successful and safe administration of cycling events and tours and promotion of bicycle tourism. The conference also features a Vendor Expo giving companies an opportunity to market directly to the ride directors and bicycle tourism professionals.
WHY ATTEND THE NATIONAL BICYCLE TOURISM CONFERENCE:
- Improve your bicycle event’s performance and bottom line!
- Stay current of key issues and economic drivers in the bicycle tourism and events industry
- Expand your knowledge with interactive educational sessions
- Network with leaders in the bicycle tourism and bicycle event industry
Registration is now open! Visit the NATIONAL BICYCLE TOURISM CONFERENCE website
Registration Fees: $360 Early Bird ($385 after September 1st) – For Members
Registration Fees: $385 Early Bird ($410 after September 1st) – For Non-Members
One Day Registration Fee: $195
Bicycle Tour Network members save $25 on registration fees!
The 2017 NATIONAL BICYCLE TOURISM CONFERENCE was held in St. Pete Beach, Florida on November 8-11, 2017. The conference was attended by nearly 225 bicycle event professionals, advocates, bike tourism leaders and cycling enthusiasts eager to learn and network with others in the bicycle industry.
HISTORY OF THE BICYCLE TOUR NETWORK CONFERENCES
(FORMERLY THE NBTDA)
|2016/2017||St. Pete Beach, Florida|
|2015||San Diego, California|
|2014||San Diego, California|
|2013||Coralville/Iowa City, Iowa|
|2008||Charleston, South Carolina|
|2004||Des Moines, Iowa|
|1998||Overland Park, Kansas|
|1995||St. Louis, Missouri|
|1993||Des Moines, Iowa|
|1992||St. Charles, Missouri|
|1990||Des Moines, Iowa|