The long road to a bicycle-friendly country

By Sarah RaparoliLex Kleren Switch to German for original article

Cycling is booming, but the safe slopes seem to be lacking. Four cyclists tell their story.

Cycling enthusiasts eagerly awaited the development during the first lockdown in Luxembourg: fewer cars, more bikes. Four everyday cyclists nevertheless draw a mixed balance in an interview with the Lëtzebuerger Journal: the boom of the bicycle has not (yet) been absorbed. Large gaps run through the network, which have not only been an issue since Corona. Where the main problems lie and why the upswing of the two-wheeler can still be used.

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