Bicycology is a UK -based collective that was formed after the 2005 London to Scotland G8 Bike Ride.  It is a non-hierarchical non-profit organization that aims to promote cycling as part of a broader focus on social and environmental sustainability . Bicycology has received funding from Project Earth Artists   and is a member organization of the World Carfree Network . 
Bicycology involves itself in what is referred to as „bicycle politics“ and Aurora Trujillo (a member of Bicycology) co-organized  a two-day Bicycle Politics Symposium and Workshop in September 2010 at the Center for Mobilities Research, Lancaster University . Aurora presented a paper titled „Cycling as an oppressed practice: towards a transformative ‚promotion‘ of Cycling“ while Matt Wilson (another member of Bicycology) presented a paper on „Cycling and the Law“ which addressed the issue from an anarchist perspective.
The first major event organized by Bicycology was a tour from London to Lancaster in the summer of 2006.    On arrival in Lancaster the group was on various events including a film night and a free bike repair session. The Group for Climate Change in Megawatt Valley near Leeds.
In the summer of 2007, this time from Aylesbury to Exeter  (two of the original Cycling towns chosen by Cycling England ). About 20 people completed the tour, traveling by and carrying towing all their equipment, which included a renewable energy trailer.
Routes to Solutions
Bicycology organizes a week-long festival of cycling and sustainability in Lancaster and Morecambe which they called „Routes to Solutions“.  Events included workshops, movie nights, wrinkles and a Lancaster Critical Mass on the last Friday of August.
In May 2012 Bicycology toured the Midlands with events around the slogan „Parking the Car … For Good!“ On May 12, they bought up their spaces in the Coventry city center and used them to promote their message. 
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