The urban bike magazine


Everything “velo” in Nantes. Velocity 2015

Paris has the biggest potential to become the most bicycle-friendly city in the world, declared Christophe Najdovski, deputy mayor of Paris, at the competition organised by the Danish bicycle embassy for the future no. 1 cycling city. With his argument that Paris, compared to Copenhagen and Groningen, has even more pristine roads that can be made into cycling zones, he checkmated his counterparts Morten Kabell, mayor of Copenhagen, and Paul de Rook, mayor of Groningen. Even if the battle between the three mayors wasn’t that serious and brought up a lot of laughter, Paris’ mayor spoke clearly about the big plans for Paris.