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Infrastructure, not culture

“Mir sinn hei net zu Amsterdam” and other false pretexts for which you preferred the traffic jams to the bicycle this morning. This article originally appeared in French in Forum 374 and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. hy don’t Luxembourgers cycle? Through construction sites and traffic jams, it can divide urban...

An Introduction to Bivvying – Cycle Luxembourg’s First Overnighter

Photo Credit: The remarkable Tristan Schmurr Cycle Luxembourg’s First Overnighter Intrigued by the freedom and ease that a bivvy bag can bring, but unsure how to start? Why not join us on Cycle Luxembourg’s first overnight cycle trip and give it a go! A bivvy bag is a bag that goes outside your sleeping bag...

CycloFemme Ride Saturday 12th May

Join us for an informal and relaxed ride on Saturday 12th May as we join people all over the world riding the CycloFemme rides (more below regarding CycloFemme). Where, when, how long, and who can ride is it in Luxembourg? Organised by Cycle Luxembourg and led by Sevi we will be riding from Wasserbillig to...

Avenue John F Kennedy Cycle Lane, Kirchberg

Back in December a brand new bi-directional dedicated bicycle lane was opened running the length of Kirchberg, and here at Cycle Luxembourg we are very happy about it indeed. What we LOVE: – Width/comfort, segregation, protection What we DON’T LOVE: – lack of integration, lack of prioritisation What we WANT: – Bollards! Under a carpet...

Liveable Luxembourg

Luxembourg’s First Family putting the ‘fun’ in to ‘funicular’  2017 has seen much new infrastructure unveiled across Luxembourg, and here are some thoughts on the latest. Liveable Cities: Liveable Luxembourg There’s a new buzz in Kirchberg – literally. The gentle hum heralds the return of trams to Luxembourg. This super-modern version promises to revolutionise transit...

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