A cycling family day has been held on 14 September with Páka as a central venue. The participants could join to cycling and hiking tours, sport and rush programme, health screenings and hear presentations on healthy lifestyle, road safety and cycling.
The geographically, ethnically organic Slovenia-Hungary cross border region was divided for long by the Iron Curtain enforcing the borderlines set after World War II. Relations faded, municipalities came to a social, economic decline. The cross border region offers great opportunities for bicycle tourism, which might be the breakout point in the rural area. Several projects have already aimed this goal, however a connected and signposted bicycle road network covering the whole region and a complex biker-friendly offer built on this network has not yet been achieved.