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Copenhagen teaches the world how to bring cycling to cities

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | June 23, 2010 14:21 IST

This summer, the conference "Velo-city Global" will be bringing together cycling experts, professionals and urban trendsetters from all over the world here to Copenhagen, a city of cyclists.

There is an increasing trend towards more urban cycling. Cycling is already playing a vital role in tackling the global problems of congestion, obesity and climate change. This summer, the conference "Velo-city Global" will be bringing together cycling experts, professionals and urban trendsetters from all over the world here to Copenhagen, a city of cyclists. The conference, is celebrating 30 years of Velo-city conferences co-hosted by different cities and the European Cyclists' Federation by going global for the first time. From June 22-25, 2010, the conference in Copenhagen will highlight the bicycle's potential to enhance the quality of urban life around the world. Available video includes soundbites and general views.


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Copenhagen teaches the world how to bring cycling to cities
Copenhagen teaches the world how to bring cycling to cities
This summer, the conference "Velo-city Global" will be bringing together cycling experts, professionals and urban trendsetters from all over the world here to Copenhagen, a city of cyclists.
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