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The ‘glow’ of cycling in Copenhagen.
Photo: Franz-Michael S Mellbin | Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin (flickr)

The ‘glow’ of cycling in Copenhagen.

Photo: Franz-Michael S Mellbin | Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin (flickr)

(Source: flic.kr)

Cycling in Chilly Copenhagen.
There’s something ‘cool’ about riding a bicycle on an autumn day, listening to your favorite music, and being in Copenhagen.
Photo by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin

Cycling in Chilly Copenhagen.

There’s something ‘cool’ about riding a bicycle on an autumn day, listening to your favorite music, and being in Copenhagen.

Photo by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin

Summertime in Copenhagen. 
Or, more importantly, cycling in Copenhagen! 
via Copenhagen Cycle Chic

Summertime in Copenhagen. 

Or, more importantly, cycling in Copenhagen! 

via Copenhagen Cycle Chic

Snowy Spring weather in Copenhagen. 
And those Apple headphones as ear muffs.
Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin - Bike Cycle Bicycle - 2013 - 0655 by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin on Flickr.

Snowy Spring weather in Copenhagen. 

And those Apple headphones as ear muffs.

Copenhagen Bikehaven by Mellbin - Bike Cycle Bicycle - 2013 - 0655 by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin on Flickr.

More Copenhageners are taking advantage of boarding their bicycles on trains. 
It’s free!
And there are now dedicated cycle cars with flexible parking spaces. No more tight squeezes with the regular commuters.  
Photo taken at Reventlowsgade, Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, DK by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / flickr.

More Copenhageners are taking advantage of boarding their bicycles on trains. 

It’s free!

And there are now dedicated cycle cars with flexible parking spaces. No more tight squeezes with the regular commuters.  

Photo taken at Reventlowsgade, Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, DK by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / flickr.

How many Copenhageners can you squeeze onto a cargo bike?
Photo by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

How many Copenhageners can you squeeze onto a cargo bike?

Photo by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

Jopo bicycles are a Scandinavian icon. Engineered in Finland about 50 years ago, these bikes were designed for anyone to use, “no matter what age, size, sex or financial status.”
In recent times, jopoism moved to it’s 3rd generation, 3-geared, jopo3 model.
As part of an interactive campaign, people in Copenhagen were encouraged to seek out hidden jopo bikes by finding clues and combinations to the bicycles’ locks on jopo’s facebook page. 
Kind of like hide ‘n seek, but the finders get to keep the jopo bicycles for free! 
With summer just round the corner, there will be a few happy jopo’ers in Copenhagen.
Photo credit - Mary Embry

Jopo bicycles are a Scandinavian icon. Engineered in Finland about 50 years ago, these bikes were designed for anyone to use, “no matter what age, size, sex or financial status.”

In recent times, jopoism moved to it’s 3rd generation, 3-geared, jopo3 model.

As part of an interactive campaign, people in Copenhagen were encouraged to seek out hidden jopo bikes by finding clues and combinations to the bicycles’ locks on jopo’s facebook page. 

Kind of like hide ‘n seek, but the finders get to keep the jopo bicycles for free! 

With summer just round the corner, there will be a few happy jopo’ers in Copenhagen.

Photo credit - Mary Embry

With cycling becoming more popular in Copenhagen, there’s growing demand for widening bicycle lanes to accommodate three bikes at a time (currently the lanes allow for two). 
Photograph taken in Børsgade, Copenhagen, by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

With cycling becoming more popular in Copenhagen, there’s growing demand for widening bicycle lanes to accommodate three bikes at a time (currently the lanes allow for two). 

Photograph taken in Børsgade, Copenhagen, by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

Yesterday in Vimmelskaftet, Copenhagen, a cyclist looks cool;  braving the eastern cold front that has enveloped Denmark.
Photograph by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

Yesterday in Vimmelskaftet, Copenhagen, a cyclist looks cool;  braving the eastern cold front that has enveloped Denmark.

Photograph by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

The Danish are cool. Why? Because they love their bicycles; riding them even in the middle of winter. They commute to and from work and go to parties on their bikes, no matter what the weather. 
And they do it in style. Just like these two women in Søtorvet, Copenhagen.
Photograph by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

The Danish are cool. Why? Because they love their bicycles; riding them even in the middle of winter. They commute to and from work and go to parties on their bikes, no matter what the weather. 

And they do it in style. Just like these two women in Søtorvet, Copenhagen.

Photograph by Franz-Michael S. Mellbin / Flickr

Fashionable sneakers in Copenhagen.
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Fashionable sneakers in Copenhagen.

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A woman gets pulled over and cited for wearing a skirt while bicycling in SoHo, New York. Blamed for being a distraction for drivers and told to go home and put pants on. 
This causes a tweet by the New Amsterdam Bike Show, and a protest in the Cycle Chic from Copenhagen blog. 

A woman gets pulled over and cited for wearing a skirt while bicycling in SoHo, New York. Blamed for being a distraction for drivers and told to go home and put pants on. 

This causes a tweet by the New Amsterdam Bike Show, and a protest in the Cycle Chic from Copenhagen blog. 

In Copenhagen, there are lots of bicycles! 
From Yvan Rodics visual diary.

In Copenhagen, there are lots of bicycles! 

From Yvan Rodics visual diary.

With the price of oil creeping up, we might have to make out like the peeps in Copenhagen. Ride bikes. Even in snow storms. 
copenhagenize.com

With the price of oil creeping up, we might have to make out like the peeps in Copenhagen. Ride bikes. Even in snow storms. 

copenhagenize.com