The Conference

The fascinating 173 page research report called “I Wish I Was 21 Now”

New Pathways for Pro Cycling Conference

Building the Future Common Wealth of Cycling.
Conference 27 and 28 September 2010
Deakin University

Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Little Malop St
Geelong, Victoria, Australia.

Presented by: The Alfred Deakin Research Institute and the Deakin University School of Law and the School of History, Heritage and Society.

Proudly Sponsored by SKINS

In association with the International Network of Humanistic Doping Research (INHDR).

The Conference Objectives

The conference will be held at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre to coincide with the World Cycling Championships to be held in Geelong (Wednesday 29 September 2010 and continue until the Men’s Road Race on Sunday 3 October 2010).

The purpose of the conference is to bring together cyclists, administrators, academics, scientists, fans and others interested in the future direction of professional cycling to discuss the problems the sport faces as it undergoes changes in the process of its globalisation.

Presentations and papers

The conference will be multidisciplinary in its approach and papers and presentations are invited from cyclists, administrators, social scientists, lawyers, philosophers, journalists and scientists and others on any topic affecting the present and future direction of professional cycling.

For the Full Conference Program Click Here