All Bike Paths Lead to Copenhagen

19 Jul

Thanks to hipsters, bike riding has become cool again. No longer is biking riding  just kids under 16 nor is it just something to do for fun on the weekends. Using a bike to get to school or work  instead of a car is quickly becoming a new norm as gas prices remain high and highways remained packed during rush hour. Cities around the world are beginning to act as they invest in infrastructure to support the growing demand for bikeable roads. In Denmark, Copenhagen has become the next big bike city, with the completion of a bicycle superhighway already complete, and 26 more in the works, according to the New York Times.

Check out the rest of the story on The New York Times, here.

(I wonder if Denmark has a no “texting while biking” law..?)


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