Join Outride’s 5th Annual Research Summit starting from 9 AM (PST) on July 28, 2021, to learn all about how cycling contributes to the health and happiness of youth and communities!
The research summit will showcase the latest research that informs the impact of riding on overall health and well-being and will engage in the community in important discussions around equity and access. This year, Outride aims to bring together more conversations and voices to identify actionable, evidence-based ways to develop happier and healthier youth and communities.
The summit will take place virtually and is free for all to listen in, learn, and interact – so save the date! The full agenda will be released at a later date.
Registration is Free
Outride’s Research Summit is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
Outride is Accepting Research Proposals
Are you a researcher investigating how cycling impacts how we think, feel, or behave? Are you part of a community organization with data on how cycling impacts the youth in your community? Do you have evidence-based, actionable recommendations for implementing youth and community cycling programs? Have you developed useful tools or measures to quantify cycling program impact? We want to hear from you!
Outride is opening a call for research presentation proposals for the first time. All proposals pertaining to the theme Advancing Youth and Community Well-Being through Cycling will be considered. Youth and students engaged in relevant research are strongly encouraged to submit their work. You can find more information about how to submit your proposal at the link below. We are hosting two webinars about presentation proposals on April 15th at 1 pm and May 18th at 10 am. The deadline for submissions is May 31st, 2021.