Niceeeee!In Barcelona 1 cm snow and people do not want to go cycling... grrrrThe Country (Catalonia) collapse.:-)Beautiful images. A good example for us.@GringoSkiador
Oh, I miss Copenhagen and the snow... Birgittewww.mysweetcopenhagen.com
Hi, nice photos to cope with the heat of Buenos Aires! Question: what's the blue thing on the pavement on picture # 2?
WOW! I never ride my bike in the rain and it always makes me sad, but after seeing this... INSPIRED! hehehe!
Our winter in southern Ontario has been mostly clear. Just one day of snow where I live (that only remained on the ground for 2 days), it's been clear and mild (above 0C), which is beyond unusual.At least it has kept the crowd that says bikes should be banned in the winter at bay!
I love the fact that you have bike lanes that are plowed. Where I live (U.S.), where there are bike lanes they are seen as somthing to plow snow INTO, not FROM.
In Warsaw, this is how it looks in winter. Only frost is larger, it is warmer now, the only -10C. Last week it was -15C (day) :)
the blue in picture 2 is the bike lane. painted blue across intersections.
This makes me so jealous. In Germany, bike lanes are not cleared in most cities. Rather the snow from the road is pushed onto the bike lanes by snowplows, and cyclists must use the road. Drivers react extremely aggressive to this. Also most pedestrians hate cyclists on snow. An old man yelled at me today that "These stupid cyclists should be locked up!".
Hard core cyclists at thier best!
Indeed, this makes cycling in the rain or cold easy. Great photos.
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