Copenhagen urban cycling company Biomega has launched two versions of a city bike by Danish design supergroup KiBiSi with a glow-in-the-dark front fork and a mudguard integrated into the down tube. Read the full article here. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish via dezeen
The new bicycle ramp/bridge named “Cykelslangen” taking bikers in Copenhagen from Havneholmen along the shopping centre Fisketorvet to the shopping centre’s main entrance, will inaugurate next week. It’s a project paid by the Municipality of Copenhagen. The bridge will completely separate cyclists from pedestrians and hereby solve a large current logistic problem in the area. Yet another proof that Copenhagen is the best city to bike in - worldwide!
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Have you seen the new Danish cargo bike MK1 by Butchers & Bicycles? The all-new Danish brand - based in the meatpacking district “Kødbyen” in central Copenhagen - have developed the cargo bike challenging the perception of how fun and easy riding a cargo bike can be, without compromising usability.
In the city of bikes, Copenhagen, most people see bicycles as the best alternative to the car. The three entrepreneurs behind the brand claim, that they love cycling. “Cargo bikes solve many of the daily tasks very well,but they don’t really give you the pleasure and ease of riding, as we know it from the two-wheeler. We have done something about that - simply because we love cycling, “says Morten Wagener, one of the owners. The two others are Morten Mogensen and Jakob Munk.
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Copenhagen bike culture. Love it. #allgoodthings #danish