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Copenhagen’s Cycling Craze

The EU BICI series travels to Denmark’s capital city–Copenhagen–the location for other perspectives presented within streets.mn. Upon arriving in Copenhagen, I was immediately struck by three observations: An intersection on the east edge of town carrying 36,000 cyclists per day. A feature spread in the daily newspaper highlighting cycle track rage—not between car drivers and cyclists—but between cyclists. Public […]

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Bike Friendly Cities: Copenhagen

A newish video about bicycling and Copenhagen. Published on Aug 8, 2014 Where better to start our series on Bike Friendly Cities than in Copenhagen – a city with over 215 miles of bike paths that was declared the world’s best city for cycling a few years ago? We talked with everyone who is anyone […]

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Thoughts from Copenhagen

I recently got the opportunity to travel to Copenhagen for a brief trip.  The weather was beautiful, which facilitated a lot of walking and biking around.  Here are some thoughts and photos, with some context relevant to Minnesota. Let’s just get this out of the way now: there are bikes.  Oh how there are bikes. […]

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