Here are some fun facts about Amsterdam bicycles you might not know!
FUN FACTS ABOUT AMSTERDAM BICYCLES
Amsterdam has the only museum in the world you can cycle through.
One of the most photographed sights in Amsterdam is the bicycle parking at Amsterdam Central Station.
Bike usage in Amsterdam has grown by more than 40% in the last 20 years.
Combined, Amsterdammers bicycle about two million kilometers every day.
The City of Amsterdam is investing around €120 million on bicycle infrastructure before 2020, €90 million of which is for creating 38,000 new bike parking places.
There are more than 881,000 bicycles in Amsterdam. That’s four times the number of cars.
About 57% of Amsterdammers use their bicycle on a daily basis.
The total length of bike paths in Amsterdam is about 400 kilometers.
There are 7,800 official bike parking places near Amsterdam Central Station, but more than 8,200 bicycles are typically parked there.
Some estimate around 100,000 bicycles are stolen in Amsterdam each year.
Between 12,000 and 15,000 bicycles are pulled out of Amsterdam’s canals each year.
Around 35% of all trips within the city are by bike, compared with 22% by car.
Copenhagenize awarded Amsterdam the Most Bicycle Friendly City in the World in 2013 (again)!
For more information about bicycling in Amsterdam, check out our Complete Guide to Cycling in Amsterdam.
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