Will there still be cars in 2042?

21 May

The year is 2042. Discover the car: legendary machine that nearly ruined our planet – but didn’t because people like us kicked the petrol addiction.

Part of Pedalpalooza 2012, the Museum from the Future will be running a pop-up exhibition with “real artefacts from the bygone motoring age, an interactive history of the downfall of the car, and a programme of events exploring Oxford’s role in the global transition to a post-oil, post-car world.

Featuring all your favourite bicycle technology such as bike-chariots, bike-cinema, bike-sound systems and more.” They’ll even have future cycle tours, and a Critical Mass from the Future!

Check out the future at Arts at the Old Fire Station, located at 40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ

They also have a blog!

2 Responses to “Will there still be cars in 2042?”

  1. Rod May 21, 2012 at 10:18 pm #

    Have any of you ladies heard anything about June 2012 being celebrated as the national womens cycling month?
    I heard about it today but it was the first i had heard and cannot find any mention elsewhere.

    • 56abikespace May 22, 2012 at 9:06 am #

      wow- no[t yet], but please let us know if/ as soon as you find out more! thanks.

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