Book a Guided Bike Tour

The best way to learn about the Danish bicycle culture and our solutions is to experience them first-hand. Get inspiration from Danish experts on how to spark or accelerate cycling in your own city. Join Cycling Embassy of Denmark on a guided bike.

The members of Cycling Embassy of Denmark provides guided bike tours in some of the major Danish cycle cities.

All guided bike tours are tailormade to fit the wishes and preferences of your delegation. Let us help you design your guided bike tour.

Prices and general information

Standard guided bike tour starts at DKK 4.000.
Prices are ex VAT and bike rental.

Duration 1,5-3 hours.

Max of 15 participants pr. guide.

The Guided Bike Tours are aimed towards professional planners in public administrations and private companies, local and national policy makers, academics and researchers, traffic police as well as active members of cycle organisations.

Contact the secretariat for more information, inquries or to book a guided bike tour.




Below you can see examples on previous tours

Copenhagen 1:1

Host: Danish Cyclists’ Federation
What makes Copenhagen’s bicycle culture so special? What makes the Copenhageners bike so much? Participants joined us on a ride through our capital and became part of Copenhagen’s famous bicycle culture themselves. We took participants through our favorite cycle streets and showed them what makes Copenhagen’s bicycle infrastructure work.

Master planning and citizen participation – on wheels

Host: Rambøll
This guided bike tour focused on the urban master planning of Copenhagen and how citizen participation is an integrated part of urban renewal and development. It guides participants through large, medium and small projects where they learn how citizens were engaged and how their ideas were brought to life. The tour took participants from the most urban inner setting through the city to the buzzing and ever changing areas of Nørrebro and Vesterbro – with an added bonus of a constant show & tell about the layout of the Copenhagen bike lane and path grid.

ITS, flow and infrastructure

Host: Rambøll
Copenhagen has developed its bicycle infrastructure in order to cope with the increasing amount of bicyclists. From complete street refurbishment to lane markings and ITS, the guided bike tour guided participants through one of the most cyclist busy streets in the world. The tour show participants different measures on how to improve the traffic flow on bike lanes, how to adapt the speed of cyclists in green waves and some of the many service features that improves the life for the daily commuters.

How do you create a cycling city?

Host: Moving Spaces

To answer this question, we must look at Copenhagen’s past, present and future. We look at crucial causes and solutions for how Copenhagen has achieved half of all trips to education and work today – going by bicycle (49%). This is an interplay between urban planning, political conditions, documentation, architecture, collaboration and much more! Lasse clarifies the multifaceted Diamond cycling is for Copenhagen and why the rest of the world can learn from it.

The Green connection

Host: Rambøll
On this guided bike tour participants experienced the green connections through the city and some of the different oases where bicyclists and pedestrians co-exist. Participants were shown how Copenhagen have spent a lot of effort to integrate cycling as the preferred means of transport by building bicycle bridges over the harbor, using old railway corridors as bicycle highways and sites where landscape architecture has integrated the use of bicycles.

The healthy city

Host: Moving Spaces

This tour focuses on the health solutions cycling provides. How to tackle obesity and how urban planning and concrete solutions provides the answer to the health crisis many countries and cities face. How to squeeze in that exercise and what are the emerging trends we see to stay healthy in a busy everyday life?

Tour around Randers City center and Hornbæk

Host: City of Randers
In Hornbæk participants had a look at the physical means to promote cycling, such as two-way bicycle paths, bicycle parking and traffic calming measures at the school. They used the alternative route between the Hornbæk and Randers city center and rode on the new bicycle ramp. They rode the cycling ring in the center of Randers, and saw what changes that have happened to make it easier, more accessible and safe to be a cyclist in the city. Finally, they had a look at the locked and covered bicycle parking in the pedestrian areas and at the bus terminal.

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Please contact us, we tailormade guided bike tours to fit your preferences.