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Kisses on the cheek and tango – the Cycling Embassy of Denmark in Buenos Aires

Kisses on the cheek and tango – the Cycling Embassy of Denmark in Buenos Aires

| November 26, 2013

Geographically, three CED members were very far away when they participated in the event IbikeABC. IbikeABC was a co-operation between the city administration of Buenos Aires, the Dutch Cultural Institute and the Danish Embassy in Buenos Aires.

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Wangenkuss und Tango – Die Dänische Fahrradbotschaft in Buenos Aires

Wangenkuss und Tango – Die Dänische Fahrradbotschaft in Buenos Aires

| November 26, 2013

Geografisch betrachtet waren drei Mitglieder der Dänischen Fahrradbotschaft, Cycling Embassy of Denmark, kurz CED, ganz weit weg, als sie an dem Event IbikeABC teilnahmen. IbikeABC war ein Zusammenarbeitsprojekt zwischen der Stadtverwaltung in Buenos Aires, dem niederländischen Kulturinstitut und der dänischen Botschaft in Buenos Aires.

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500 Meter langer Fahrradparkplatz

500 Meter langer Fahrradparkplatz

| June 5, 2013

Braucht Kopenhagen den längsten Fahrradparkplatz der Welt? Nein, aber es benötigt bis zum Sommer 1000 neue Stellplätze für Fahrräder.

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500 meters of bicycle parking

500 meters of bicycle parking

| June 5, 2013

Is Copenhagen getting the world’s longest bike rack? No, but they are getting 1,000 new bicycle parking spaces before summer.

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HOE360 Consulting

HOE360 Consulting

| December 19, 2012

– Cycling and Mobility HOE360 Consulting specialises in providing useful and value-added advice for Cycling and Green Mobility projects – be it the street corner that needs an upgrade or strategies to get more people biking. We strongly focus on lifting projects from their first idea to the development of solutions and finally implementing them

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Shared (parking) space for cars and bikes

Shared (parking) space for cars and bikes

| June 6, 2012

Can bikes and cars share the space? In cities where space is in short supply, you need to think outside the box to make room for everyone. When it comes to a cycle city like Copenhagen, with its countless cyclists, you also need to allot parking space for both cars and bikes.

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