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Published on March 23rd, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

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How Malmö, Sweden Is Actually A Bike-Friendly City (Video)

March 23rd, 2013 by  

Think Sweden’s too far north to be bike friendly? Think again. Here’s a new video featuring the quite bike-friendly Malmö, Sweden:

Reposted from Bikocity.





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  • andrewkewley

    Helmets and hi-vis vests? I guess they don’t yet have full confidence into the safety of their infrastructure.

  • Thomas Cheney

    Just to let you now Malmo’s climate is more similar to Seattle’s rather than Chicago’s. I lived near Malmo as a child and snow is quite rare.

  • Niels

    Go to Holland to see a complete country that is bike-friendly

    • Yes in the video above, I didn’t see all the bikes set up for shopping like in Holland. First time I went, I was amazed.

    • I lived there for 5 months, and was doing my master’s thesis on bicycling and bicycle facilities — know all about it. but NL is a special case. still impressive to see Malmo’s bike friendliness.

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