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ADFC-Fahrradklima-Test 2018
Survey on bicycle friendliness in cities
The ADFC Bicycle Climate Test is a method for surveying cycling conditions in cities from the point of view of cyclists. For the 2018 survey, the previous methodology was evaluated and updated and the new methodology was applied.
18. September 2019 | Praxisbeispiel > Deutschland
ADFC-Fahrradklima-Test 2018
Karlsruhe most bicycle-friendly city in Germany
170,000 people from 683 municipalities voted in 2018 on the bicycle-friendliness of their home town. According to the participants, the cycling climate, i.e. the satisfaction of those surveyed when cycling, has deteriorated further. In 2014 the bicycle climate was still rated at 3.7, in 2016 at 3.8...
9. April 2019 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
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National Energy Globe Award Germany
Energy Globe Awards are the Oscars in Sustainability. After the Sustainable Energy Europe Award 2011, which is awarded by the EU, this is the second big honor for the Campaign by
3. July 2015 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
Der Deutsche Fahrradpreis - Best for bike
German Bicycle Award 2015
113 applicants competed for the award endowed with a sum of 9000 Euro. Boris Palmer became the "Cycling-friendliest person". The German Bicycle Award had been celebrated at the National Cycling Congress on 18th May 2015 in Potsdam.
19. May 2015 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
Kampagnenmotiv ADFC-Fahrradklimatest 2014
German Cyclists' Federation (ADFC) presents the results of its Bicycle Climate Test 2014
In autumn 2014, more than 100,000 people from all over Germany participated in the Bicycle Climate Test and evaluated their hometowns' cycling friendliness. At February 2nd 2015, twelve "champions" and twelve "climbers" in cycling friendliness were awarded. The certificates were handed over in...
19. February 2015 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
Fahrradzähler in Kopenhagen

The international cycling capitals use a wide range of political strategies and planning approaches. Nevertheless, there are some central characteristics that have generated positive results in many of the cities.

1. June 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
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Munich Cycle Capital
Cycling in Munich stands for future oriented mobility and at the same time for a long local tradition. To strengthen that positive image of the bicycle and to raise awareness for it – that is the campaign`s mission.
30. April 2012 | Praxisbeispiel > Bayern
Radverkehrskampagne im Straßenraum: "Radlhauptstadt München"

Experience shows that cycling campaigns have become vital and cost-effective instruments to promote cycling. Especially when they enjoy political backing, communication activities can be conducive to higher cycling levels and better valorise cycling infrastructure.

1. April 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
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Blogs on Copenhagen Bicycle Culture
With and Mikael Colville-Andersen placed two blogs on the internet, which transport Copenhagens world of cycling into other countries and towns. The high quality and diversity of topics cover the whole dimension of cycling.
20. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > Dänemark
'Fast lane: Fat Lane' advertising image
Cycling Campaign
The campaign wants to promote bicycle traffic in Manchester and to establish cycling as an attractive and funny way of mobility for everybody
31. March 2010 | Praxisbeispiel >
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