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In Denmark’s capital city, 36 percent of people going to work or school on an average day are on a bicycle, according to government statistics. It’s no surprise—the Danish metropolis is a veritable utopia for bikers, including more than 180 miles of bike paths and lanes, traffic signals specifically for cyclists, and bicycle parking when you roll into downtown.

Find a Bike: Check out one of the city’s bicycles—free with a refunded coin deposit—at any of the more than 100 bike-share stations peppered throughout the city’s core.

The World's Top Biking Cities

The World's Top Biking Cities

Copenhagen

In Denmark’s capital city, 36 percent of people going to work or school on an average day are on a bicycle, according to government statistics. It’s no surprise—the Danish metropolis is a veritable utopia for bikers, including more than 180 miles of bike paths and lanes, traffic signals specifically for cyclists, and bicycle parking when you roll into downtown.

Find a Bike: Check out one of the city’s bicycles—free with a refunded coin deposit—at any of the more than 100 bike-share stations peppered throughout the city’s core.

The World's Top Biking Cities

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The World's Top Biking Cities

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