This whole blog is a Copenhagen How To, but here are some recent shots.
How to buy tickets for you, and your bike, in the Copenhagen Metro.
How to park your bike outside a Tiger of Sweden shop. Just a quick click of your wheel lock and off you go. And remember, cyclists make better shoppers than motorists.
How to transport two bottles of beer in style. The bike this chap is on is a Pedersen, or a Dursley-Pedersen. The inventor of this revolutionary bike, Mikael Pedersen, died in 1929 but in 1995 his remains were reinterred in Dursley, Gloucestershire, where this bike was made famous. Sometimes called The Most Comfortable Bicycle in the Universe.
How to say good-bye to friends. A last exchange of words, the light turns green, supermum on left rides straight on, friend on right turns right.
How to ride home in the afternoon.
How to gently accelerate off the lights on your Short John delivery bike.
We'd be fibbing if we said we weren't frightfully pleased about this article in The Guardian from yesterday. Thanks to Carlton Reid for the kind mentions and compliment. Check Carlton's bike site at Quickrelease.tv.