Copenhagen has over 360 km separated
bicycle paths in and around the
city - and is known as the city with a
"Noble Cycle Culture”. Almost
every Copenhagener owns a cycle and 35%
of the everyday street commuters are one of the
400,000 daily cyclist in the
over 100 years
Copenhageners have been cycling back and fourth
in the city for more that 100 years
- and have gained a certain form of special and
kind cycle culture.
Bicycle Lanes and Paths
The first separate bicycle paths was
established in Copenhagen around the Lakes in
1910 - as the existing bridle
paths was converted into isolated safe Cycle tracks
to secure the heavy growth of cycles on the road
at that time.
Unfortunately - Copenhagen is the only Capital
in the world without "Free Bicycles"
for their Tourists and