Cycling has for long benefited human beings with their health, fitness and as a transportation mode. It has helped maintain a environmentally friendly society.
Denmark is usually crowned as world best country for cycling with over 12,000km of cycle routes, along with dedicated cycling lanes, cycle bridges and Green Wave system which prioritise cyclists at junctions.
This Cycle march around Denmark starts on August 14 from Bispebjerg Cemetery Copenhagen at 9:30 am. The reason why this cycle march is going to start from Bispebjerg Cemetery is that here lies the body of young Danish cyclist Andreas Byskov Sarbo who died during a cycling race in Odder Denmark on 1st June 2019.
The cycling march first stop will be Ringsted. It will then cycle to Korsør. Surprisingly the Storebæltsbroen does not have the cycle lane so therefore, train will be used to cross the bridge and land in Nyborg city in Fyn. Next stop will be Odense where there will be night stay. On 15 August the cycle march will attend attend a demonstration against racism and discrimination in Odense. Around 14:00 on 15th August, march will cycle towards Fredericia. After which next stop will be Vejle where there will be night stay.
On Sunday 16th August the cycle march will start at 10:00 from Vejle Municipality and will lead towards Odder city. Odder is the town where young Dane cyclist died during a cycle race after an accident. After that cycling will continue towards Aarhus where there will be night stay.
17 August will be the last day of cycle march. It will start from Aarhus and will take the ship towards Zealand, Denmark. It will take another ferry to reach to Hundested town. Thereafter, next stop will be the lovely Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød. Finally Cycle March will reach Copenhagen Rådhuspladsen at 18:30 on 17th August. It will be the end of this Cycle March.
The aim of this cycle march is to promote cycling habits in Denmark and around the world. It aims to motivate individuals of all ages to cycle for their health and fitness and push various businesses and Governmental institutions to focus on environmentally friendly policies and strategies to help fight climate change.
Start: 14. August, Bispebjerg Cemetery – Korsør – Nyborg – Odense
Kl. 9:30 from Frederiksborgvej 125, 2400 København NV
The reason why I start at Bispebjerg Cemetery is that here lies the body of young Danish cyclist who died during a cycling race in Odder Denmark on 1st June 2019.
Kl. 13:30. Ringsted Outlet
Kl. 17:30. Korsør Station,
Storebæltsvej 2, 4220 Korsør
Kl. 18:00 Nyborg Station
Kl. 19:00 Odense
15 August: Odense – Frederikcia – Vejle
Kl. 10 Odense Rådhus
Stop: Kl. 13:00 til 14:00
Filosofgangen 30, 5000 Odense, Denmark
Odense – sammen mod racisme og diskrimination
Kl. 17 Fredericia Rådhus, Gothersgade 20, 7000 Fredericia
Kl. 18 Vejle Rådhus, Klostergade 1, 7100 Vejle
16 August: Vejle – Odder – Aarhus
Vejle Rådhus, Klostergade 1, 7100 Vejle
Stop: Kl. 13:30
Odder Rådhus, Rådhusgade 3, 8300 Odder
END: Kl. 16:00
Aarhus Radhus, Sønder Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus
17 August: Aarhus-Hundested-Hillrød Castle-Copenhagen Rådhuspladen
𝗦𝗧𝗔𝗥𝗧: Kl. 8:30
Sønder Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus
Stop: Kl. 11:30 til 12:30
Hundested Havn Amtsvejen 2, 3390 Hundested
Stop: Kl. 16:00
Frederiksborg Castle, Frederiksborg Slot 10, 3400 Hillerød
END: Kl. 18:30
End of the Cycle March
End of Cycle March: 17th August: Rådhuspladen Copenhagen
END: Kl. 18:30