Older news from Denmark by bicycle.
The bike ferry between Denmark and Sweden has started. The 1:st of June the ferry started. You are now able to take the trip from Dragoer to Malmoe for an 1 hour trip below the oeresunds bridge. With or without bike. Looks like we'll get a new connections between Malmoe and Copenhagen this summer. This is about reintroducing the old ferry between Limhamn in Malmoe and Dragoer south for copenhagen. The municipal of Dragoer has accepted the connection. However, they still got some questions about passport and these things to passing the border between Sweden and Denmark. The price for the tour will be 15€ single trip and 30€ return. Then you are allowed to bring a bicykle with two bicykle bags. Check it out here>>>
We got a lot of visitors this year on the bicyklefair in Gothenburg
I heard a number of 10000 visitors through the weekend. I think it was more. It looked like it where nearly 20 000. we'll have to wait and see what the bickle air commite tells us later this week. I got a lot to do during the fair but I got some pictures. See more on Gothenburg>>>
Looks like the teams in pro circus will use disc brakes in next season. Both shimano, sram and campagnolo are now offering this improvement for braking. See more on cyclingtips.com, jensonusa.com and velonews.com.
We had a wonderful evening for Gothenburg Grand prix friday the 6:th of may 2016. I'll show you some pictures>>>
Visitdenmark offers an app for your smartphone with 26 different routes and campings near by. The app detects where you are at the moment with gps and then suggest different bikeroutes around Denmark with camping. You are able to download it for android on google play and for iPhone, iPads om app store. You've go more maps on this page>>>
Danish cyclist union is writing about a bike you are able to throw in the compost. The italian company aenimal.it shows how they make the material from wheat, sugarbeets, corn and sugarcanes and then print the frame with a 3D printer. The material is called Ingeo and you are able to read more about this on natureworksllc.com. I do not see how they make the tires but guess they use some sort of ecological rubber.