21 July 2008
Carry On, Copenhagen
A little batch of Copenhagen Cargo Bike Supermum photos from last week. Coincedentally, four of them riding Christiania Bikes. Above, a crossing moment on the King's New Square under moody clouds. The canopy helps in the event of rain.
Waiting for the light to change. The two kids in the box were sitting on their bench reading library books. How lovely is that?
Another classic Copenhagen transport shot.
A family out for a ride. I suspect they might be tourists, but that is wonderful that they are seeing the city in a Copenhagenized state.
And here's a Nihola bike with camoflage canopy outside Europe's oldest tea shop, A.C. Perch's Thehandel. My friend Christian's family have been running the shop for generations. They've just opened a tea salon upstairs. Even if you don't drink tea, pop inside for an aromatic experience. They do a great online sales service as well, shipping to tea lovers all over the world.
We're pleased that our Cycle Chic message is spreading. One of our readers, Lisa, sent us this link from the Canadian newspaper The Globe & Mail. Copenhagen Cycle Chic Goes To Canada.
Based on the tone of the article, it's as though the journalist JUST realised that it is possible to ride in style and in heels. It's a bit corny the way she explains things, but hey, it's all good news for Cycle Chic.