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Cycling takes centre stage at the ITS World Congress 2018: Connected, Cooperative and Sustainable

Cycling takes centre stage at the ITS World Congress 2018: Connected, Cooperative and Sustainable

| September 14, 2018

When the ITS World Congress 2018 with the slogan ‘Quality of Life’ 17-21 September takes place in Copenhagen, cycling has its highest ever presence on the congress stage, in the programme and in supporting side events. The ITS World Congress 2018 with the slogan “Quality of Life” takes place in Copenhagen, one of the world’s

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What can you learn from the Danish cycle cities?

What can you learn from the Danish cycle cities?

| September 12, 2018

“I asked one of the presenters about how they decide where to put separated bicycle lanes in Copenhagen. […] ‘Well, we just put it on every major street.’ Now, that’s my answer as well!” Seeing is believing A steady flow of politicians, urban planners, engineers and NGO’s from all over the world come to Denmark

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Join our Bikeable City Masterclass 2019

Join our Bikeable City Masterclass 2019

| September 12, 2018

Do you need knowledge and concrete tools on how to promote cycling or improve conditions for cyclists in your country or city? Now you have the possibility to learn from leading Danish experts at the Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Bikeable City Masterclass. Learn Cycle Promotion the Danish Way We invite urban planners, decision makers, and

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School in Rio is testing Danish form of cycle training

School in Rio is testing Danish form of cycle training

| July 23, 2018

The Edi Rachael de Queiroz school in Rio de Janeiro is now trying to teach kids to bike the Danish way.  A strong bicycle culture starts with the children. One way to get the young ones going is through “Cycling Games”, a Danish concept that teaches children the basic cycling skills through play.  The Edi Rachael

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Carlos Felipe Pardo receives CED’s Leadership Award 2018

Carlos Felipe Pardo receives CED’s Leadership Award 2018

| June 14, 2018

Carlos Felipe Pardo of the organisation Despacio received the Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s annual award at a special Danish session at the Velo-city 2018 conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, today.  An inspiration across and beyond Latin America In order to win the Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s award, you must have done something extraordinary to

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Safe and attractive bicycle parking below Lyngby Station

Safe and attractive bicycle parking below Lyngby Station

| April 24, 2018

Gottlieb Paludan Architects designed the underground bicycle parking facility that opened recently at Lyngby Station in the Copenhagen area. There is space for 870 bicycles, and the facility will clear up the area and reduce the congestion at Lyngby Station which was always dominated by randomly parked bicycles. The facility provides direct access to the

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