Blogs and articles

An overview of the articles published in the course of the ENTOURAGE project. Read here about the progress of the fieldwork in Venice and Barcelona, about walking and cycling opportunities for older ages, and about the journey of the researcher to begin this project in Barcelona.

How I got here

Labour mobilities: moving from The Netherlands to Spain to begin the ENTOURAGE project.

A mig camí (CAT)

El resum d’una sessió d’intercanvi amb les persones partícips al projecte ENTOURAGE a Barcelona.

Learning from the cycling experiences of older people

A summary of the first findings of the ENTOURAGE project about age-friendly cycling in Barcelona.

Halfway there (EN)

The report of a feedback session organised with the ENTOURAGE participants in Barcelona.

A mitad de camino (ES)

El resumen de una sesión interactiva con las personas partícipes en el proyecto ENTOURAGE en Barcelona.

Aprender de las experiencias con la bici entre personas mayores (ES)

El resumen de los resultados preliminarios del proyecto ENTOURAGE sobre amigabilidad y la movilidad en bicicleta en Barcelona.

Case Venice (EN)

The photo report of a week-long exploration of age-friendly mobility in the City of Venice.

Ciudades amigables con las personas mayores (ES)

Una perspectiva al proyecto ENTOURAGE por parte de su colaborador más cercano: el Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (BACC).


age-friendly cycling is a research initiative inspired by the Age Friendly City concept and cycling studies. It aims to create a combined approach to address urban mobility and population ageing. The mobility of the future needs to be clean and in tune with city life, but also enjoyable for people of all ages. ENTOURAGE is an academic project that applies these prospects in three European tourist cities.

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Get In Touch

For more information, please get in touch with Dr Wilbert den Hoed, postdoctoral researcher at Rovira i Virgili University.

The ENTOURAGE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101032961.

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