Earlier this month the German city of Leipzig hosted this year’s Velo-City conference. Velo-City is the world’s largest cycling congress organised by the European Cyclists’ Federation, this year in cooperation with the city of Leipzig, the Leipzig Conference Center and … Continue reading Is Leipzig leading the transition?
In the second week of May 2023, the world’s largest international cycling conference took place in Leipzig, Germany. I will publish about Velo-City 2023 in my next post. Since I have only returned home recently I wasn’t able to write … Continue reading A ride in Leipzig, Germany
For this week’s post I cycled on an international cycle route; the 30-kilometre-long fast cycle route from Nijmegen in the Netherlands to Cleves (Kleve) in Germany. The final part, 11 kilometres to connect the German towns of Kranenburg and Cleves, … Continue reading An international cycle route from Nijmegen to Cleves (Kleve)
School children opened the new cycle bridge near Schinveld in the province of Limburg, by cycling across it together with the provincial representative for mobility on 20 February last. The long bridge over the redesigned road from Heerlen to Roermond … Continue reading A new cycle bridge at the German border
Today Germany celebrates its 1990 reunification with a national holiday: the Day of German Unity (Tag der deutschen Einheit). For some mysterious reason Germany is (and has always been) very dear to me. I speak German fluently and unlike in … Continue reading A little bit of Germany
Some random images of cycling in Berlin Germany. Continue reading Berlin cycling impressions