The cyclocamp is self organized. There is a couple of small « orga-groups » providing necessary infrastructure but this should not lead to domination of these groups during the cyclocamp. All necessary work has to be done by everyone. Participation in all activities is voluntary. Tasks are coordinated at the info-point: to help you can offer your time&skills there.

The democratic culture of this self organized event should be based on respect towards one another. It is important to enable the articulation of everybody’s opinions and experiences to learn from each other. We want the cyclocamp to be free from violence and other violent behaviour like sexism, homophobia, racism and such. WITHOUT COMPROMISE! Conflicts can occur but should not be fought in a disrespectful way or on a personal level. Be aware of sexism, racism and all other kind of discriminating behaviour. If you notice any kind of this behaviour or are concerned yourself, please discuss this and feel free to get the support-group for help.


The intention of the support-group is to give assistance in case of violent, sexist, racist and related conflicts, to mediate and to give protection. If you feel threatened or in case of any kind of other interpersonal emergencies, SPEAK UP – GET SUPPORT! you can reach the support-group anytime under +33 XXXXXXXX or via the Info-point.


The cyclocamp is a non-profit festival. The profit made at the bar and kitchen will cover the costs of wood, toilet, gas, paper, electricity, etc. To avoid additional costs, it is necessary to collect and separate waste because the costs for residual wastes is expensive.


Food is prepared each day (lunch and dinner) in common by the voluntary participants for the whole group. Tools to cook big quantity will be provided, some local people know the place to get food for free or cheap. It is all self-financed and all food & drinks are on donation, so please give an appropriate amount of money for it.

Organisational issues

eat&meet: short meetings at 13h00 : agreements and decisions will be made in a consensual way. Everybody should attend, in case you can’t attend yourself, please be sure you’re getting informed.

Legal issues

All activities on the Cyclocamp are at one’s own risk.

Riding a Bicycle in France

In France you need 2 separate working brakes and steady white light to the front and red to the back, orange reflectors on the pedals and white or orange ones on your wheels.
If you don’t have this, police might charge quite a fine (38 euros). We recommend working lights for the critical mass ride in Strasbourg! Helmets are not mandatory for adults. For children under 12 years a helmet is obligatory (fuck that!!!). At cross-walks (zebra-crossing) without traffic lights, pedestrians always have the right of way.


Driving a bicycle under the influence of alcohol is penalized above 0.5 g of alcohol per liter of blood (2 beers). It is recommended not to mix alcohol and the joy of riding a bike 🙂


Using a phone or headphones on bike is not allowed and might be charge (135€)


There is no official internet connection at the camp. But many people can share their connection from their phones


At the info point there is a computer where you can put on your pictures&videos to exchange&share them with others. If you have especially nice pictures put them in the CC2023_pictures-folder on the desktop.


Mo-Thu till 11PM, Fri+Sat till 2AM


We don’t provide child care, but you can organize one yourself. People with kids are self-responsible for attendance!

Flexing and Welding

Please stop working at dawn, no flexing or welding when it’s dark!


Please save us&yourself from disgusting smells and use the toilets instead of the bushes, thanks


are only allowed on a leash. If you love your dog, please leave it at home


Dialling this number you can reach the Infopoint at the Cyclocamp XXXXXXXXXX


European emergency number 112