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malmö's bicycle house is open - cykelhuset ohboy http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/02/malmos-bicycle-house-is-open-cykelhuset.html
first published on the swedish website happyride.se https://happyride.se/
from danish diy cargo bikemakers xyz cargo http://www.xyzcargo.com/
architecture bureau hauschild + siegel https://www.hauschild-siegel.com/
finnish company puustelli http://www.puustelli.fi/
15:24 http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/02/malmos-bicycle-house-is-open-cykelhuset.html
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links to this post http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/02/malmos-bicycle-house-is-open-cykelhuset.html#links
bicycle urbanism http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bicycle%20urbanism
cykelhuset http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/cykelhuset
guest writer http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/guest%20writer
how to market cycling http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/how%20to%20market%20cycling
jennie fasth http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/jennie%20fasth
malmö http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/malm%c3%b6
promoting cycling http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/promoting%20cycling
sweden http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/sweden
bike helmets - something rotten in the state of denmark http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/01/bike-helmets-something-rotten-denmark.html
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at denmark’s national broadcaster, dr, on their flagship radio channel p1 debat http://www.dr.dk/radio/ondemand/p1/p1-debat-2017-01-27
a danish media personality, mads christensen http://www.madschristensen-book.dk/
danish cyclists’ federation http://cyklistforbundet.dk/
danish car lobby ngo, fdm http://www.fdm.dk/
copenhagenize design company http://copenhagenize.eu/
why it makes sense to bike without a helmet http://www.howiechong.com/journal/2014/2/bike-helmets
gardening https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ethicallivingblog/2009/jun/29/bike-blog-cycling-safety
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we can still construct fear of anything - including cycling http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/09/fear-of-cycling-02-constructing-fear-of.html
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the danish road safety council - rådet for sikker trafik http://sikkertrafik.dk/
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http://yehudamoon.com/ http://yehudamoon.com/
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the australian government’s study about motoring helmets http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/10/australian-helmet-science-for-motorists.html
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think of the money to be made if we imported these from australia (it is a real product) http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/05/motoring-helmets-for-real-high-risk.html
start with this article about dutch rationality saving childrens’ lives http://www.copenhagenize.com/2012/09/dutch-rationality-saves-childrens-lives.html
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13:21 http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/01/bike-helmets-something-rotten-denmark.html
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alternative facts http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/alternative%20facts
bike helmet http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bike%20helmet
bike helmet hysteria http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bike%20helmet%20hysteria
bike statistics http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bike%20statistics
bondam http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bondam
culture of fear http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/culture%20of%20fear
dcf http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/dcf
helmet laws http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/helmet%20laws
sikker trafik http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/sikker%20trafik
bike boulevards of broken dreams http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/01/bike-boulevards-of-broken-dreams.html
danish urban design firm copenhagenize design co http://copenhagenize.eu/
a tool to add to networks, not to create the backbone of them http://www.peopleforbikes.org/blog/entry/side-street-bikeways-are-great-if-you-have-protected-bike-lanes-too
copenhagen experimented with the idea in the early 90s and then promptly ditched them. instead prioritizing bicycle infrastructure along the natural desire lines in the city - the streets leading to the city centre. http://www.copenhagenize.com/2014/03/where-do-you-want-to-go.html
http://dasfahrradblog.blogspot.ca/) http://dasfahrradblog.blogspot.ca/
koonceportland.blogspot.ca http://koonceportland.blogspot.ca/
planplaceblog.com http://planplaceblog.com/
minneapolis, mn http://ouruptown.com/
we know now what we have long suspected. sharrows don't work. http://www.treehugger.com/bikes/new-study-finds-sharrows-dont-do-anything-cycling-safety.html
12:30 http://www.copenhagenize.com/2017/01/bike-boulevards-of-broken-dreams.html
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cykelgade http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/cykelgade
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international bicycle infrastructure http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/international%20bicycle%20infrastructure
montreal http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/montreal
portland http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/portland
2016 in review http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/12/2016-in-review.html
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here http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/10/copenhagenizing-city-of-almetyevsk.html
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16:50 http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/12/2016-in-review.html
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almetyevsk http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/almetyevsk
bicycle infrastructure http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bicycle%20infrastructure
bordeaux http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/bordeaux
copenhagenize http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/copenhagenize
copenhagenize design co. http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/copenhagenize%20design%20co.
detroit http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/detroit
long beach http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/long%20beach
paris http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/paris
older posts http://www.copenhagenize.com/search?updated-max=2016-12-31t16:50:00%2b01:00&max-results=20
home http://www.copenhagenize.com/
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- http://copenhagenize.eu
- http://www.facebook.com/pages/copenhagenizecom/264415531896
- http://www.flickr.com/groups/copenhagenize/
- http://www.twitter.com/copenhagenize
- http://vimeo.com/channels/copenhagenize
- http://feeds.feedburner.com/cycleliciousness
- http://cafepress.com/copenhagenchic
copenhagenize design company http://copenhagenize.eu/
desire lines http://www.copenhagenize.com/search?q=desire+lines
the car industry strikes back http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/11/the-car-empire-strikes-back-complete.html
subversive bicycle photos http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/subversive%20photos
helmets for motorists http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/helmets%20for%20motorists
the world's youngest urbanist http://www.copenhagenize.com/search/label/the%20worlds%20youngest%20urbanist
the e-bike sceptic http://www.copenhagenize.com/2014/02/the-e-bike-sceptic.html
the arrogance of space http://www.copenhagenize.com/search?q=arrogance+of+space
overcomplicating winter cycling is bad http://www.copenhagenize.com/2012/01/overcomplicating-winter-cycling-why-its.html
the case for bicycle infrastructure http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/08/case-for-bicycle-infrastructure.html
prioritising bicycle traffic during roadworks http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/04/accommodating-for-cyclists-during.html
the ultimate bike lane clearance blogpost! http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/12/ultimate-bike-lane-snow-clearance.html
vehicular cyclists - cycling's secret sect http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/07/vehicular-cyclists-secret-sect.html
critical miss or critical mass? http://www.copenhagenize.com/2007/11/critical-miss-or-critical-mass.html
behavourial challenges for urban cycling http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/11/behaviour-is-tricky-subject-and-getting.html
new design for motorist helmets 02 http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/10/australian-helmet-science-for-motorists.html
driving kills - health warning labels for cars http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/07/driving-kills-health-warnings.html
ignoring the sacred bull in society's china shop http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/10/sacred-bull-in-societys-china-shop.html
18 ways of knowing that you have bike culture http://www.copenhagenize.com/2007/11/18-ways-to-know-that-you-have-bicycle.html
the folly of bicycle licencing http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/03/folly-of-bicycle-licences.html
bicycle culture mythbusting - the complete guide http://www.copenhagenize.com/2007/11/debunking-flat-countrybike-country-myth.html
cycle helmets & other religious symbols http://www.copenhagenize.com/2008/07/cycle-helmets-and-other-religious.html
the copenhagenize index http://copenhagenize.eu/index/
copenhagenize origins http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/01/copenhagenize-origins.html
copenhagen cycle chic http://copenhagencyclechic.com/
press about the blog/company http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/01/press-about-copenhagenizecom.html
episode 01 - the big picture http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/07/episode-01-big-picture-top-10-design.html
episode 02 - the green wave http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/07/episode-02-green-wave-top-10-design.html
episode 03 - intermodality http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/07/episode-03-intermodality-top-10-design.html
episode 04 - safety details http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/08/episode-04-safety-details-top-10-design.html
episode 05 - nørrebrogade http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/08/episode-05-nrrebrogade-top-10-design.html
episode 06 - macro design http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/08/episode-06-macro-design-top-10-design.html
episode 07 - micro design http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/08/episode-07-micro-design-top-10-design.html
episode 08 - cargo bikes http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/09/episode-08-cargo-bikes-top-10-design.html
episode 09 - desire lines http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/09/episode-09-desire-lines-top-10-design.html
episode 10 - political will http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/09/episode-10-political-will-top-10-design.html
- http://www.leros-elements.com
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feed on copenhagen! http://feeds.feedburner.com/cycleliciousness
oplysning til borgere i samfundet om cykelhjelme http://cykelhjelm.blogspot.dk
[denmark] cycle copenhagen bike route planner http://www.cyclecopenhagen.dk/
[the 'izes] amsterdamize http://amsterdamize.com/
[the 'izes] antwerpenize http://antwerpenize.be/
[the 'izes] assenise http://assenise.blogspot.com/
[the 'izes] bogatanize http://bogociclando.blogspot.com/
[the 'izes] hamburgize http://www.hamburgize.blogspot.com/
[the 'izes] lisbonize http://www.lisbonize.com/
[the 'izes] minneapolize http://www.minneapolize.com/
[the 'izes] montrealize http://montrealize-montrealize.blogspot.com/
[the 'izes] münchenierung http://muenchenierung.blogspot.com/
[the 'izes] portlandize http://www.portlandize.com/
[bike share] bike-o-meter http://casa.ucl.ac.uk/bom/
[canada] the urban country http://www.theurbancountry.com/
[denmark] copenhagen cycle chic! http://copenhagengirlsonbikes.blogspot.com/
[denmark] copenhagenize design co. http://copenhagenize.eu/
[france] fubicy on bike helmets http://www.fubicy.org/spip.php?article191
[helmets] bicycle helmet research foundation http://cyclehelmets.org/
[usa] bike snob http://bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/
[usa] how we drive / tom vanderbilt http://www.howwedrive.com/
[usa] one street.org http://www.onestreet.org/
- http://cyclehelmets.org
danish 180% tax on cars is rather irrelevant http://www.copenhagenize.com/2012/10/danish-180-tax-on-cars-is-rather.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/04/sperm-bike-in-copenhagen.html
the sperm bike in copenhagen - world exclusive http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/04/sperm-bike-in-copenhagen.html
meteoric rise in bicycle traffic in copenhagen http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/11/meteoric-rise-in-bicycle-traffic-in.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/11/massive-passenger-increase-after-bikes.html
massive passenger increase after bikes allowed free on trains http://www.copenhagenize.com/2016/11/massive-passenger-increase-after-bikes.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/08/copenhagens-bicycle-butlers.html
copenhagen's bicycle butlers - park illegally and get your chain oiled and tires pumped http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/08/copenhagens-bicycle-butlers.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/10/australian-helmet-science-for-motorists.html
australian helmet science - for motorists http://www.copenhagenize.com/2009/10/australian-helmet-science-for-motorists.html
a short history of traffic "engineering" http://www.copenhagenize.com/2013/01/a-short-history-of-traffic-engineering.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2014/07/the-greatest-urban-experiment-right-now.html
the greatest urban experiment right now http://www.copenhagenize.com/2014/07/the-greatest-urban-experiment-right-now.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/09/cycling-with-contractions-to-hospital.html
cycling with contractions to the hospital http://www.copenhagenize.com/2011/09/cycling-with-contractions-to-hospital.html
- http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/07/vehicular-cyclists-secret-sect.html
vehicular cyclists - cycling's secret sect http://www.copenhagenize.com/2010/07/vehicular-cyclists-secret-sect.html
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21 february 2017 malmö's bicycle house is open - cykelhuset ohboy jennie fasth is a cyclist, bicycle advocate and freelance writer based in malmö, sweden. she is currently a student at the university of lund, studying geographic information systems. she is working towards her masters degree in urban planning. this article of hers was first published on the swedish website happyride.se and is republished here on copenhagenize.com with permission. ohboy - the swedish bicycle house is open by jennie fasth on 23 october 2015, the first sod was turned for what would become the first "cykelhus" - or "bicycle house" in sweden. the development is named ohboy and is located in the western harbour (västerhamn) of the city of malmö. tenants have now gradually started moving in. what does the bicycle house look like? who are the residents and what do they think about their new and unique building? i decided to find out. all 55 apartments are rented out and there is no doubt that bike-minded people were among the first to move in. not all moving vans have arrived just yet, but there is no shortage of bikes. along the access walkways, there are many regular bikes and cargo bikes. the bicycle garage is a beehive of activity, as well. there are bicycles on every floor and, unlike traditional apartment buildings, bikes are more than welcome on the access coridors. the railings are reinforced and extra space has been designed in, allowing for wider bikes to fit - without conflicting with fire regulations. bicycle pool and cargo bikes although tenants start to arrive there remains a lot to do on the house. three places to tinker with bikes, will be available shortly, two outdoor and one in the basement. these will be provided with tools for residents to borrow. tenants will also have access to a bicycle pool and three of the custom-made bikes arrived just the other day - from danish diy cargo bikemakers xyz cargo. the architecture bureau hauschild + siegel has designed, built and will manage the bicycle house. they spent a great deal of time finding solutions to make the building as bicycle-friendly as possible. the bicycle pool is no exception. in order to maximize the comfort for residents living car-free, they have ordered bikes from xyz cargo in copenhagen. in addition to the traditional three-wheeler cargo bike, residents can borrow both a kindergarten cargo bike with room for six children and a bicycle taxi with room for two passengers. even some folding bikes have been ordered. these cargo bikes will have a separate parking area under a roof and next to the car park and the bike washing facility. after consulting with a landscape architect, an environmentally-friendly system has been developed. the traditional oil separator will be replaced with plants that will act as a filter in the cleaning process. environmental considerations are consistent in the vegetation, the environmentally-friendly building materials and solar panels. bikes - access all areas the kindergarten bike and the bike taxi are extra wide, but the building is designed for them. all doors are 10 cm wider than normal, which makes it possible for the residents to take their bike anywhere in the building. even right up to their apartment door if necessary. in addition, every door is equipped with a door opener for easier access. the architects have also thought about that all important turning radius in stairwells. wider than in traditional apartment buildings. the bikes also fit easily into the elevators, which are wider and deeper than normal. it is easy to understand why the access walkways are teeming with cargo bikes. it is so easy to take them with you up to your apartment. the residents don't have to unload the bike and then carry everything up to the apartment. this ease-of-use could not be easier. you don't need to stop at the front door. the apartments are designed so that bikes can be wheeled right to your fridge, if you so desire. the apartment doors are also 10 cm wider than the norm. the kitchens are designed by finnish company puustelli and consist of cabinet doors in glazed birch (gray and white in most apartments) and the countertops are finnish granite. all units are fitted with induction stoves, convection ovens, dishwashers and a washing machine. the open floor plan provides plenty of opportunities to decide for yourself how you want to design the accessibility in your apartment. interestingly, the walls and ceilings are concrete and it is not allowed to paint them. picture frams and curtain solutions are provided by the building administrators. you'll need permission to drill in the concrete walls. regardless of which door the residents use to enter the building, bikes are thought into the design. all doors are wider and the elevator opens at front and back so you never need to turn your bike around. post boxes are available at the entrance and accommodate both large and small post. the idea is that the residents can shop from home - as so many people do - but also to make it easy to recieve packages. in addition to the cargo bikes, there is also a car share program included in the apartment. a car-free life it is totally possible to just wander around the entire building all day and study all the cycling options and details. there are small touches everywhere that are part of the big picture in a building designed for people who have chosen a car-free life. we were able to meet some of the residents to hear why they moved into bicycle house. ola fagerstrom is an avid cyclist with many bike kilometres behind him. he has a cargo bike, a cyclecross and a mountain bike in his collection. he worked for a year at danish cargo bike brand larry vs harry in copenhagen, so it's no surprise that a bullitt cargo bike was the one he chose. you'll see ola whizzing around on it in malmö. he sold his car two years ago and hasn't any reason to buy a new one. moving to the bicycle house has only been a positive experience. ola's son, malte, used to have t ride 10 km a day to get to school in western harbour, and now has a much shorter journey. ola enjoys the area's industrial feel and calm streets. he likes not having a building across the street and the view of stapelbädds park is harmonic, he says. although there is still construction noise in the building, it is still very quiet. it is impossible to hear the local skate park or the traffic nearby. ola's bike expertise has been harnessed by the building's community and he has had the opportunity to take part in both the purchase of tools for the workshops and the bikes for the bicycle pool. even though it has only been a few weeks since he moved in, ola is thriving. he thinks it is fantastic to smoothly roll his fully-loaded bullitt cargo bike into the elevator and park outside his front door. the next resident we meet is johanna ekne. she lives and works in the building and will be responsible for the coming bicycle hotel and while the decision to move here was work-related, it was the design of the place that sold it to johanna. her family innovative thinking and a building dedicated to cycling felt right. moving boxes are not yet emptied and there is much to be done but johanna loves it. the apartment is very different that the old house in möllevången where she moved from, which had four flights of stairs and no lift. the family also had problems finding space for their bikes. today, the bikes are parked outside their flat, which johanna thinks is brilliant. the family kept their car during the move but now have plans of selling it. something johanna looks forward to. "it will be great. everything is easier by bike". the family lives at the top of the building and the apartment has two levels. each apartment on the 6th and 7th floor has a spacious terrace that will eventually be fitted with green barriers and flower boxes to provide some privacy. for the residents who don't have a large terrace, the view can be enjoyed from the roof terrace. an orangery is being built and all vegetation will be in place by april 2017. the bicycle hotel moving boxes are still arriving in a steady flow and most residents are expected to move in by the time the bicycle hotel opens. march 1. 2017 is the date that the 32 apartments on the ground floor will be ready for guests. bedrooms and bathrooms are on the ground floor and a kitchen and living room with work area are located upstairs. guests have their own entrance with a little garden outside and, during the stay, will have free access to bikes. the reception will be on the ground floor of the building but the idea is that hotel guests will check in on their own. a communal laundry will also be included at the reception. the hotel apartments are aimed both at those who want to stay longer and those who are just looking for a short term accommodation for the purpose of, for example, looking for work. all apartments are equipped with a desk and chair and free internet access. many amazing things are happening in malmö's western harbour related to urban cycling. several property owners are trying to reduce the number of cars and promote cycling, as well as generally making life easier in the area without a car. none of them, however, have gone to the lengths as hauschild + siegel and the bicycle house ohboy. this will hopefully be the start of an urban trend where expensive (to build) car parking can be replaced with investment in sustainable living and environmentally-friendly mobility. put here by mikael colville-andersen at 15:24 links to this post tags: bicycle urbanism, cykelhuset, guest writer, how to market cycling, jennie fasth, malmö, promoting cycling, sweden 30 january 2017 bike helmets - something rotten in the state of denmark i took part in a radio debate last week. four guests and a journalist. in that forty-five minutes, i experienced a number of things including, but not limited to, the anti-intellectualisation of our society, emotional propaganda, alternative facts, manipulative and selective choice of facts, the culture of fear and the negative branding of cycling. you might expect i was on american or australian radio. nope. i was a 12 minute bike ride from copenhagenize design company’s copenhagen office - at denmark’s national broadcaster, dr, on their flagship radio channel p1 debat. the occasion was a debate about bike helmets. the week before, a danish media personality, mads christensen, tossed out a remark on a television programme about how he let his kids decide for themselves, at the age of eight, if they wanted to wear a bike helmet or not. his comments were simply based on rationality about real or percieved dangers in society. nevertheless, they generated a great deal of debate on social media. a journalist and radio host, bente dalsbæk (the journalist), decided to allocate 45 minutes to the subject. mads christensen (the rationalist) was there, of course. also invited were klaus bondam (the bike advocate), head of the danish cyclists’ federation; torben lund kudsk (the motorist), head of the danish car lobby ngo, fdm; and yours truly. i don’t often engage in discussions about bike helmets in denmark and try to avoid them in other regions. i feel that it distracts from our work at copenhagenize design company in designing infrastructure for cities. like chris boardman - former pro-cyclists and policy advisor at british cycling has said on bbc.com, "you're as safe riding a bike as you are walking," (a helmet is) "... not in the top 10 things you can do to keep safe." http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-29894590 i did this ted x talk in 2010 about the culture of fear related to bike helmets in order to not have to talk about it all the time. this article by howie chong entitled why it makes sense to bike without a helmet is also well worth a read. what has shocked me is that the debate about helmets is at such a primitive level in this country. even in hard-core helmet promotion regions elsewhere in the world, i can engage in discussions at a much higher level. the hysterical social media reaction to comments like those by mads christensen would be balanced by people aware of science and practicing rationality. not so here in denmark. the reactions were overwhelmingly hysterical and ignorant. not to mention completely unworthy of a well-educated nation like denmark. the 45 minute interview started with context, where the rationalist explained his side of the story. he repeated his statement about rationality and risk assessment. when mountain biking the woods, he and his kids wear helmets. when cycling to the shops in the world’s safest bicycle nation or whatnot, he doesn’t and he allows his kids to make their own call. sounds like an intelligent approach. like almost everywhere else, kids have a higher risk of head injury in cars and in playgrounds and for adults, cars pose the greatest risk followed by being a pedestrian, being at home, gardening, etc. yes, life remains dangerous, although we live in a safer society than at any other point in the history of homo sapiens. the culture of fear, however, is the bogeyman. we can still construct fear of anything - including cycling. and wherever we can scare people, there are products to be sold to them. after the rationalist outlined his point of view in the radio debate, the journalist started to gather points of view, starting with the bike advocate. klaus bondam stated his organisation’s standard position. they strongly recommend helmets but are against legislation to make them mandatory. i pointed out that the bike advocate is the head of the only national bicycle ngo in europe that actively promotes helmets. it was then my turn to present my point of view. how science should be respected, how manipulating selective facts is fundamentally wrong. i did what i could with the short answering time allocated to me by the journalist but i could see early on in the interview that it was rigged in favour of the culture of fear. which made it a loooong 45 minutes. all the strategy for one-sided debate was present. the journalist threw out a statistic about how 60% of head injuries could be avoided with a helmet. no, not 60% of all head injuries - she only meant bike crashes. the bike advocate threw out another select statistic. with the looks on their faces when they did so, you really sensed that they felt they were nailing the debate. the journalist didn’t bothering questioning the statistic or the context of it in order to provide the listeners with a bigger picture. the bike advocate looked all pleased with himself at being able to quote a researcher name and the year of the study. while science is under fire in trump’s america, there is another category that is equally detrimental to any debate. the one study argument. just cast one study that produced one statistic into the debate and wham. you are portrayed as an expert. people who don’t know more about the subject have no response. pity those poor fools. let them bask in the glory of your one study argument greatness. that is not how science works, however. the bigger picture is more important. why is the debate at such a primitive level here in one of the world’s great cycling nations? the answer is simple. lack of information - or rather a strictly controlled and manipulated information flow. in the danish context, we must examine the tightly controlled information flow. like you, wherever you are whilst reading this, we have a road safety ngo in denmark. they call themselves the danish road safety council - rådet for sikker trafik (the safety nannies). via yehuda moon - http://yehudamoon.com/ this ngo is the puppet master controlling the flow of information about bike helmets. they have mastered the art. by doing so, they also contribute to the anti-intellectualisation of danish society. they select one or two studies that adhere to their strict ideology and present it like the word of god to the masses. if individuals question it, the stats are merely repeated. the “60%” stat that the journalist found and presented in the studio is their current one commandment carved in a stone tablet. it originates with the norwegian transport economic institute (tøi) and dates from 2004. it is perfect for them. it is a scandinavian source from a fancy-sounding institute. ironically, tøi has published other helmet-related studies since then and few would fit sikker trafik’s ideology. better to ignore them and stick to the stat that works. you don’t need to explain why climate change is a hoax. you just have to repeat it ad naseum. much the same communication strategy as the safety nannies employ and hand off to lazy journalists and pundits. it is a sad, flawed strategy that only fans the flames of anti-intellectualisation in any society but if you look at it, it is a brilliant strategy from a communication point of view. the safety nannies started their bike helmet promotion in the early 1990s in denmark. since then, cycling levels have continued to fall, which is what we have seen in many regions around the world. danes are cycling more than 30% less today than in 1990. (if we got that 30% back, we could save over 1500 lives a year because of the health benefits of cycling, according to professor lars bo andersen of university of southern denmark, the most published academic about the health benefits of cycling) the positive aspects of having a cycling population are rarely presented in the current debate in denmark. they are not sensationalist enough for journalists, apparently. in the middle of the interview the journalist held up a printed out photo that she harvested from facebook of a woman with a head injury. it was like a image version of the one study argument. “see?! look at that...” end of debate. showing photos of tens of thousands of people lying in hospital beds suffering from lifestyle illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, etc, due to inactivity is considerably less glamorous and have no place in sensationalist journalism. another old chestnut was presented in the studio. 17,000 people visit a hospital each year as a result of a bike crash. i tried to put that number into context. the average in denmark is 20,000, so i had calculated based on that number. if 18% of the population of denmark ride a bicycle to and from work or education each day, that is 1,008,000 trips a week, monday to friday. multiply that by 300 work days a year and you get 302,400,000 trips by bike. we’re not even including the trips to the supermarket, cafe, cinema, etc. if 20,000 trips end in a crash and a hospital visit, that means you have, in denmark, a 0.0066138% chance of crashing and going to the hospital. the vast majority of those injuries are minor and the person in question is back on a bike in, at the most, a couple of days. motorists, by the way, end up in hospitals much longer when they get injured in their preferred mode of transport. according to the city of copenhagen who endeavour to battle this bicycle misinformation war whenever they can, i have to cycle to work for 2800 years before i get injured. so where was the bike advocate during this onslaught of manipulation and alternative facts? was he deftly and professionally countering all the arguments about cycling being dangerous? you would hope so. he was, however, all over the map, sending conflicting messages about cycling. the safety nannies broadcast the number of 20,000 cyclists visiting hospitals to anyone who will listen. they are not content with that, however. they invented “mørketal” - or “dark numbers” as a way of further constructing fear about cycling. cyclists also get hurt but don’t visit the hospital and those dark numbers are an unknown. yes. cyclists who are okay and who have bandaids in their home after a minor mishap are now being used in the massive branding of cycling as an undesirable transport form. the bike advocate presented the listeners with this concept of dark numbers. instead of defending cycling from the onslaught, he helped polish the rifles and load the ammo. a little later, he threw in a mix of neutral and positive angles to confuse anyone who was listening. there was no clear agenda from denmark’s national cycling ngo. they refuse to acknowledge what most other cycling ngos in europe know - that merely promoting helmets is detrimental to cycling levels. personally, i am sceptical when shopkeepers promote helmets. the cyclists’ federation has a bike shop. several people in the industry cancelled their memberships back in the day when they opened a shop. the criticism was that an ngo for cycling should not promote one product over the other and remain neutral. in another twist, we still have emails in our archives from late 2007 and early 2008 when the safety nannies started their hardcore, emotional propaganda about bike helmets. what tipped it for them was that they convinced the cyclists’ federation to get on board. colleagues from our industry informed me that the latter were promised influence and access to future funding if they joined the helmet brigade. they continue to deny this to this day. in denmark, everything started with the safety nannies and their manipulated alternative facts are largely unchallenged by a society slowly dumbing down. trump didn’t invent trumpism, he just excels at it. trump is merely a product of societal development. the same techniques are present everywhere. interestingly, like trump, the safety nannies in denmark do not like being contradicted. they have actually spent time emailing journalists in denmark and abroad about… me. engaging in attempted character assassination with journalists and editors. trying to discredit me. it is amusing. it only helps getting science printed and distributed. it also shows that their case is weak. you don’t go to all that effort if you are confident in what you are saying. current helmet wearing rates in copenhagen are at 11%. as we have come to expect, the debate also featured comments about “doctors and nurses say that...” yet another technique in the debate. who can doubt a medical professional?! they fail to realise that while those doctors and nurses excel at fixing people, they receive information about prevention from the same sources as everyone else. the one-way communication street from the safety nannies sends the same manipulated facts to doctors and nurses, too. trust the medical professionals to make you better. doubt the sources of their prevention advice. and notice that it is the trauma staff who get the best press. the doctors caring for those with lifestyle illnesses never get the same spotlight. the debate wandered into cyclist behaviour and the others agreed readily that “something has happened… cyclists are behaving more badly than ever before”. this is as amusing as it is wrong. cyclist behaviour is largely unchanged for at least 120 years. there are countless articles, letters to the editor and editorials about cyclist behaviour over the past century. not least this satirical piece by denmark’s most loved satirist, storm p.. perhaps it is time to realise that cyclist behaviour can only be changed if we stop forcing them to adhere to traffic rules and traffic culture designed to serve the automobile. we sending badminton players to play with ice hockey rules. it has never worked so it is time to think differently. we have shown time and again with our desire line analyses that behaviour among our cycling citizens is fine. only 5% of cyclists smash through the traffic rulebook. which is on a par with pedestrians and motorists. a recent poll in denmark outlined how ignorance of a topic can have dangerous consequences. this is a society where the safety nannies have a monopoly on the information about cycling. danes were polled about whether they want a helmet law. a majority said yes. you don’t get that result in many places anymore due to the balance of information in the debate. except in denmark. the safety nannies and the bike advocate have been pushing helmets hard. now they are under fire for not supporting a bike helmet law. they have shot themselves in the foot. it was a tough room. countering emotional propaganda with an arsenal of science and rationality is difficult. i was in the line of fire as the others did what they could to continue this branding of cycling in denmark as dangerous, using all the techniques we know from around the world. i tried to highlight facts like the australian government’s study about motoring helmets, but to no avail. i just hope some listeners got the point. i didn’t get to industrial design, unfortunately. people have been led to believe that a bike helmet can withstand a meteor strike. they have never been informed that a helmet is designed to protect the head in non-life threatening, solo accidents under 20 km/h. or that helmets are tested in simulations that resemble a pedestrian falling - which makes them perfect for… pedestrians and people in their home. "a walking helmet is a good helmet" nor did i get to say that most serious head injuries are not a result of a lateral impact, but rather a rotational impact. something bike helmets cannot deal with. sigh. more people drown in denmark each year than die in bicycle crashes. there is a missed financial opportunity there. let’s pass laws making life vests mandatory within 2 metres of water. 35,000 europeans die each year in cars. think of the money to be made if we imported these from australia (it is a real product). it was a depressing debate session in that radio studio. daily mail tactics from the journalist. vague, conflicting and confusing messaging from the bike advocate. the rationalist had his say, which helped, but at the end of the day, the sheeple will lean towards the strong-flowing current of misinformation from the safety nannies. you may recall that the motorist was in the room, too. he didn’t say much. he didn’t need to. would you? you have a national radio program completely trashing your main competitor. car sales are at a four year high in denmark. just stand there and let them do it. i cycled back to the office and continued to work on our projects with cities who want to copenhagenize themselves. we’ll keep on keeping on. designing their networks and infrastructure. exporting the copenhagen model. it is a good, transferable model. it is working to transform cities around the world. embrace it. everything else coming out of denmark regarding negative branding, helmet promotion and the culture of fear… ignore it. go talk to the dutch. start with this article about dutch rationality saving childrens’ lives. in denmark, we're heading down this road: put here by mikael colville-andersen at 13:21 links to this post tags: alternative facts, bike helmet, bike helmet hysteria, bike statistics, bondam, culture of fear, dcf, helmet laws, sikker trafik 24 january 2017 bike boulevards of broken dreams guldbergsgade, copenhagen, denmark (mca) bike boulevards of broken dreams by holly hixson holly hixson has a background in urban planning and psychology from the university of oregon. she has interned in the copenhagenize office in both montreal and copenhagen. as an intern for the danish urban design firm copenhagenize design co., i’ve learned a lot about best practices in bike planning, about committing to those best practices rather than taking a half-step and calling it progress and about making bold moves toward a future you want for your city. i’ve been able to ride on the best bicycle infrastructure in the world that is lively and overflowing with people, sheer proof that if you build it, and you build it correctly, bicycle users will come. today’s reality on the streets of copenhagen looks like what we want for the future of mobility in our cities. a future without hoverboards and flying cars but with regular people, using the bicycle as a tool, not because they are extraordinary humans but because they have things to do and want to get there quick. simple. my reality for the most part, looks a lot different than this. i’m from portland, oregon. i still get stuck places where a painted bike lane abruptly ends, i still feel unsafe, unsupported, even in what’s considered one of the most bike friendly cities in the u.s., growth is measured in half-steps; i know these streets weren't built for me. i’ve often found it most pleasant to resort to neighborhood streets elsewhere. luckily, i live in a neighborhood that has made deliberate decisions about how these local streets should feel to a people on bikes. enter: the bicycle boulevard. internationally, variations of this concept have existed since around 1980 when germany began making bike priority streets - the fahrradstraße. denmark, the netherlands, and the uk have similar concepts, the cykelgade, fietsstraat, woonerfen among other bike priority streets incorporate traffic calming techniques have been great for filling in gaps in the bike networks. and let me stress: filling in the network. these quiet streets have been used as a tool to add to networks, not to create the backbone of them. indeed, copenhagen experimented with the idea in the early 90s and then promptly ditched them. instead prioritizing bicycle infrastructure along the natural desire lines in the city - the streets leading to the city centre. netherlands (herman wouters, new york times) esslingen, germany (http://dasfahrradblog.blogspot.ca/) similar ideas have also been popping up (with varying levels of success) in north american cities such as austin, vancouver and minneapolis. often they are used as cheap and easy bicycle connections in lieu of real a-to-b infrastructure, but when designed properly, a bicycle boulevard that adds to a greater network can look like this: minneapolis, mn (koonceportland.blogspot.ca berkeley, ca (carrie cizauskas) (planplaceblog.com james mayer (oregonlive) portland, oregon (above) they contain elements such as chicanes - raised curbs that narrow streets in a serpentine pattern so that drivers have fewer stretches of wide open space. in some spots, the road is accessible to only bikes and by car only for residents. scattered throughout are small roundabouts, landscaping and extended curbs at intersections. clearly marked signs remind cars they are not the top priority on these streets, tell people on bikes what’s nearby and of course there are lots of speed bumps. these solutions are all pretty simple: design spaces that calm car traffic and ease bicycle traffic. and do it on purpose. vancouver bc fundamentals of bicycle boulevard planning & design, psu (above) on the other hand, when done half-heartedly, a bike boulevard can look like this: wide open space, no traffic calming devices, no priority, just paint declaring it a bicycle boulevard. thatcher imboden ( minneapolis, mn this example, brings me to montréal. here i was, interning at copenhagenize’s north american office and what i’ve gathered is that montréal, like portland, is familiar with taking half-steps in the direction of progress. putting in the largest protected cycle track network in north america, to their credit, makes a statement about the kind of future the city aspires to. however, a city that anticipates over 200 cm of snowfall annually can’t be taken seriously as a leader in bicycle urbanism internationally if most of those protected cycle tracks and significant bicycle parking are taken out for half of the year. it goes without saying that cars do not face the same forced hibernation in the presence of snow. there is evidence of a change in that attitude, with much improved steps being taken in local maintenance so far this winter. bartek komorowski (montreal) to put my experience in context, as someone new to the city, i’ve found it fairly easy to navigate the streets by bike. neighborhoods like the plateau are dense with apartments and destinations; restaurants, cafes, bars, shopping, public space. the quiet, narrow streets don’t give me priority but they also don’t make me feel largely unsafe or too small for the space. this is true on neighbourhood streets and seems to be a popular opinion given that the city of montréal as a whole only has about 3% of people commuting by bicycle, while the plateau has over 10%. it would not take much to greatly affect how people on bikes feel in this space, to give them priority over cars and to do this by using design. simply painting shared lane markings on the street and dubbing it bicycle infrastructure though, is not enough. we know now what we have long suspected. sharrows don't work. the newest additions to the montréal bicycle network (currently being pursued as pilot projects) are two bicycle boulevards, or vélorues, on rue de mentana and saint-andré. both are great opportunities to add to the network and indicate priority and commitment to actual change in how people are getting around the city. mentana and saint-andré are fairly quiet and narrow, one-way streets with parking on either side. as of now, there are the occasional speed bumps, signs saying that trucks aren’t allowed to access these roads and painted sharrows (shared road symbols) on the street. however, the paint used is not long-lasting thermoplast paint, so after just a few weeks of snow and slush, the symbols are already tattered and faded. and now, after a few months of winter - almost non-existent. holly hixson (rue saint-andré) left & michael wexler (rue mentana) right both vélorues cross several perpendicular streets, including saint-joseph - a 6 lane residential boulevard and a high volume east-west connector for cars, especially during rush hour. down the center of saint-joseph is a narrow median with room for pedestrians and bikes to wait so as not to cross two-way traffic at once, diverting cars from taking mentana or saint-andré all the way through. this space existed before the bicycle boulevard project began, already offering traffic calming to the area and continues to be very tight for bicycles and pedestrians to feel fully comfortable. holly hixson (rue saint-joseph) one significant change here is the addition of four signals installed at the crossing of saint-joseph and rachel streets which give bikes and pedestrians safe passage on a green light. despite this, there are not yet signs that say bikes have priority. there are no new pieces of infrastructure or signs that limit the speed for cars. there are no other new traffic calming elements present. (holly hixson) drawing on past projects that montréal has done and a desire to continuously make progress for bicycles in the city, a pilot project can be helpful in improving existing assets and gaining public support for new ideas. sure, these streets are fairly comfortable to ride a bike on, but only as much as they ever have been. if money is being invested in the creation of vélorues, if the city desires political praise for doing something for bikes, then new infrastructure (especially pilot projects) must really show their commitment to innovation. in order for montréal’s pilot project to be successful, these aspects of real traffic calming - for example new diverters, planters, chicanes, signage, and solid public outreach - need to be present from the start. there are plenty of examples to draw inspiration from. via marc-andré gadoury (montreal) looking forward, let us not conform to a substandard “good enough” attitude, let's look to best practices and replicate those, and redesign space to speak for itself. we must abandon half-step attempts and instead take bold strides in the direction of progress. we commend the city of montréal on the announcement of new projects like the 3km stretch of copenhagen-style cycle tracks to be implemented in 2017 (see above), but wish that efforts like the new vélorues aimed for the same level of commitment to innovation. put here by james thoem at 12:30 links to this post tags: bicycle infrastructure, bike boulevard, cykelgade, design, international bicycle infrastructure, montreal, portland 31 december 2016 2016 in review here on the cusp of a new year, copenhagenize design company looks back on our activities in 2016. all of our offices have been busy and we are, in retrospect, thrilled and humbled by the past 12 months. our offices in copenhagen and france - the latter being the hq for all our work in french speaking countries - have experienced an unprecedented level of work for client cities. our new office in barcelona is gearing up and our most recent new office, in montreal, hit the ground running. here is a summary of our work in 2016. bicycle planning and coaching planning and coaching for client cities is, of course, still our primary focus and core competence at copenhagenize design company. it is also in this area that we are experiencing an exponential growth in our client base. city of almetyevsk, tatarstan, russia starting with the city of almetyevsk is obvious for us. it is simply the most exciting project we are involved in - and wilder than our wildest dreams. we were hired by the city after an email exchange back in october 2015, to develop a bicycle infrastructure network and strategy for this city of 150,000. we were no stranger to the task but we didn’t quite realise what kind of visionary client had hired us at the time. ayrat khayrullin is the young, ambitious mayor who acknowledged the importance of a holistic bicycle strategy that values best practice, world-class facilities, constructive communication strategies and above all, dedicated cycle tracks. from the get-go, khayrullin expressed one clear goal: to transform almetyevsk into the most bicycle friendly city in russia, one where he would feel confident sending his young year-old son off to school by bike. in our preliminary meetings with the city, we quickly agreed on the process and the goals. 200 km of bicycle infrastructure in a cohesive network of best practice infrastructure. nothing less. at our meetings in the city in fall 2015, we were told that they wanted to get to work on construction in spring 2016. we developed a vision for a not-so-distant future almetyevsk: “a place where the young and old, rich and poor, can cycle alongside one another on a safe and connected network of best practice bicycle infrastructure.” some more quantifiable goals will help in guiding this vision forward into the future. construction on the project began in late may, 2016, coinciding with russia’s annual bicycle parade day and a ribbon cutting ceremony, celebrating the first 50 km of best practice, separated bicycle infrastructure in a cohesive network. read more about the almetyevsk project here. city of long beach, california with a large bicycle sculpture mounted on the side of their city hall, the city of long beach has quite literally seized the title of “america’s most bicycle friendly city”. this year they’ve continued to champion the bicycle as a legitimate mode of transportation by bringing copenhagenize design co. on board with two separate projects. the first has us advising the city not only on collecting new data on the who, where, why and hows of cycling in long beach, but ensuring the newfound data will be presented to the public in an accessible and informative manner. we’ve also been working with long beach’s endlessly impressive department of public works, coaching them through more difficult infrastructure solutions from a bicycle user’s perspective. the bicycle urbanism future in long beach is as bright as the sun that shines down on it. city of detroit in the american city synonymous with the automotive industry, the bicycle is returning to the urban landscape. in a big way. copenhagenize design co. has been brought onboard to develop a network strategy for detroit’s greater downtown. connecting the downtown core with surrounding universities, hospitals, cultural destinations and surrounding neighbourhoods, the project aims to introduce a network of protected, connected bicycle infrastructure. accompanying the infrastructure plan will be public education campaigns presents cycling in a normative, accessible, and affirmative tone. we are thrilled by the energy and drive coming out of the planning department and city hall about remodelling detroit into a city of the future. city of paris - bike share the city of paris has plans to upgrade and expand their much lauded bike share programme, velib, farther into the greater paris area. paris was one of the first major cities to launch a large-scale bike-share scheme in 2007. almost 10 years later, the contract with the bike share provider had to be renewed and the city of paris hired the french consulting firm inddigo and copenhagenize design co. to assist in defining the future of the scheme and the expansion into the suburbs of greater paris. copenhagenize brought our focus on user-friendliness and an international benchmark of qualitative bike share programmes to the table. we presented new services and technology that have been developed to meet users’ expectations. city of paris – cycling superhighway all the cool kids are thinking about bicycle superhighways as a transport solution and paris is no exception. copenhagenize design co. was hired by the city of paris to provide a study on the current cycling climate and the upcoming plans for a network of protected cycle tracks throughout the city. copenhagenize profiled cyclists and analysed seven intersections with our desire line analysis tool in order to provide the city with a comprehensive understanding of cycling conditions before turning the main boulevards into a network of safe infrastructure for bicycle users. in addition, we provided them with a range of international best practices to manage intersections that will allow the city to upgrade the current cycling climate in the city. city of bordeaux the city of bordeaux employed copenhagenize design co. to organise workshops, an inspirational keynote and a study trip to copenhagen - the city of cyclists. before setting up an action plan for improving cycling conditions of their territory, bordeaux métropole asked us to provide advice and inspiration based on the danish bicycle urbanism model. after attending a keynote in bordeaux and participating in a study trip to copenhagen, the politicians unanimously voted for an ambitious cycling strategy for the next four years in order to make cycling a comfortable and competitive means of transportation in the greater bordeaux area. moreover, bordeaux métropole is working on developing bicycle-friendly areas which will be used to set up a new standard of both qualitative infrastructure and services for cyclists. city of strasbourg copenhagenize design co. and our partner, inddigo, were hired by strasbourg eurométropole to advise the local authority on all topics related to cycling for the next four years. it’s exciting for us to work in a city where political will to develop cycling infrastructure has been consistent for many years. in 2016, this partnership started by the creation of a visual identity and a new wayfinding for the well-structured cycling superhighway network, vélostras, running through the whole metropolitan area. we look forward to the next four years of work with strasbourg. city of amsterdam after working with the city of amsterdam on desire line analyses, we were tasked with designing urban solutions and ideas for how the city could inspire local cyclists and provide them with facilities that would both make them feel welcome and benefit safety. keynotes and presentations regarding keynotes and presentations, we continued where we left off in inspiring cities and local stakeholder about the possibilities of taking the bicycle seriously as transport once again. our ceo, mikael colville-andersen, continues to do his renowned keynotes around the world, as he has done for the past eight years. now, with our growing team in our international offices, we are reaching out to a broader range of audiences and sharing our experience, expertise and core philosophies. between mikael, james thoem (copenhagen), clotilde imbert (brussels), jordi & marie elisa (barcelona) and michael wexler (montreal) we have spoken at conferences in, among other cities, berlin, rome, graz, oslo, salt lake city, barcelona, denver, cairo, vancouver, montreal, bordeaux and moscow. delegations and study tours it’s one thing telling the story to audiences around the world. it’s quite another hosting delegations right here in copenhagen. it is inspiring for us to be able to show copenhagen for what it is, cycling around with groups from all over the world. there is no shortage of study groups and delegations making the journey to copenhagen and copenhagenize design co. is a primary choice for foreign engineers, planners, policymakers and student groups looking to decode the danish bicycle urbanism model. in 2016 we hosted delegations from eight countries, with a total of over 250 participants. the master class by copenhagenize again this year we cast ourselves headlong into the master class fray in june. twenty participants from four continents were selected to attend our three day, total immersion master class in the city of cyclists. sharing concepts, thoughts, and ideas with such an amazing group of participants remains one of our educational highlights year after year. exhibitions this year saw an increase in the number of exhibitions that featured our work. - bikeology cycling exhibition, museum of applied arts, in budapest, hungary. - bike to the future, design museum ghent, in belgium. - mutations urbaines: la ville est à nous!, cité des sciences & de l’industrie in paris, france. after such an inspiring year, all the crew at copenhagenize design co. around the world are looking forward to 2017. thanks to all our clients for making 2016 so brilliant. put here by james thoem at 16:50 links to this post tags: almetyevsk, bicycle infrastructure, bordeaux, copenhagenize, copenhagenize design co., detroit, long beach, paris older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) kilometres cycled by copenhageners so far today copenhagenize.com is the blog of copenhagenize design company. online since 2007 and highlighting the cycling life in copenhagen and around the world. 40 years ago copenhagen was just as car-clogged as anywhere else but now 41% of the population arriving at work or education do so on bicycles, from all over the metro area. 56% of copenhageners themselves use bicycles each day. they all use over 1000 km of bicycle lanes in greater copenhagen for their journeys. copenhagenizing is possible anywhere. series:- desire lines - 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