Beautiful engineering creates cycling heaven in The Netherlands

There’s no shortage of cycle-friendly stories coming out of Europe, and we love sharing them with you.  This recent post from Treehugger should provide both inspiration and aspiration for other cities and urban planners that are working on cycling solutions.

The Hovenring is the first elevated cycle roundabout in the world.  Commissioned by the Dutch city of Eindhoven, the Hovenring was this bicycle-friendly city’s response to the challenge of a large, busy intersection between two towns.  Designed by ipv Delft, this must be the most beautiful and innovative example of cycling infrastructure yet.  This short video will have you mesmerised.  Enjoy!

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