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  • Streamlining cycling in Copenhagen
  • Streamlining cycling in Copenhagen
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Streamlining cycling in Copenhagen

It was the early '80s when Copenhagen first set out to become a haven for cyclists, and in the decades since more than 200 miles of cycle lane have been built in the city. The latest addition – named the Cykelslangen – adds just 721 feet, but it's one of the most exciting.

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