Published on November 11th, 2009 | by Zach12
#4 Copenhagen, Denmark: Great Bicycle City Photo Tour
Home of the upcoming climate change conference, Copenhagen is #4 in this great bicycle city photo tour series. With about 55% of trips being by bicycle, Copenhagen is an amazing place to visit or live if you like bicycling.
The photos to follow give you a taste of this great bicycle city. From dogs on bikes to bikes on bikes, from bikes in ice to bike counters, enjoy these great bicycle photos.
The Greater Copenhagen area has about 500,000 people bicycling everyday. Approximately 55% of all trips and 37% of commuter trips (to work or school) are by bicycle. This city has to be an option when choosing the best bicycle city in the world. You can get a feel for the atmosphere of this city from the photos below, but to really experience it, maybe visit the city and promote a strong international commitment to address climate change at the upcoming climate conference in December!
If you missed the previous bicycle photo tours, they were #5 Paris (France), #6 Groningen (the Netherlands), #7 Berlin (Germany), #8 Barcelona (Spain), #9 Bogota (Columbia), and #10 Basel (Switzerland).
When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells
Check out more Copenhagen bike pics on the following pages:
- Kids & Kids’ Bikes in Bike Buckets (i.e. Bike Minivans)
- Great Bike Parking — Tons of Bikes Everywhere
- Happy Dogs on Bikes, Bikes on Bikes, People on Octopus Bikes
- Blue Bikes Lanes at Critical Intersections
- Bikes in Ice & Snow
- Traffic Counter, for Bicycles!
- Bike Sharing — 2nd Generation
- Bikes & Trains
- Bike Art & Art on Bikes
Image Credit 1: Negu. | Alberto Rey via flickr under a Creative Commons license
Image Credit 2: mobil’homme via flickr under a Creative Commons license
Image Credit 3: elsamu via flickr under a Creative Commons license
Image Credit 4: Coolville via Wikimedia Commons under a Creative Commons license
Image Credit 5: DavidDennisPhotos.com via flickr under a Creative Commons license