Cycling Embassy of Denmark is a network of inspiring and experienced professionals, who work within various aspects of cycling. Cycling Embassy of Denmark offers a range of experts who you can book for all types of events such as conferences, webinars, workshops etc.
Below you find a selection of some of our primary speakers, but we have many more inspirational members to offer depending on the topic at hand. Contact us to learn more.
Marianne Weinreich, market manager in Rambøll’s Global Smart Mobility Division and Chairman of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark. Marianne has worked as a mobility consultant for cities for the last 15 years. She has a background in communication. She is an expert on cycling policy and promotion but works with all aspects of Mobility Management.
She has created cycling strategies, action plans, bicycle accounts and promotion campaigns for cycling cities all over Denmark as well as on European level through various EU projects with focus on cycling.
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Lasse Schelde is the founder of the company Moving Spaces, co-founder of Bicycle Innovation Lab and board member of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark
Since 2009, he has worked with sustainable mobility in many forms. He believes that the bicycle is at the center of any good urban planning and explains why Copenhagen is a forerunner in this field. He has developed bicycle libraries, urban planning exhibitions, mobility networks, bicycle superhighways and urban mobility design solutions.
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Klaus Bondam is the CEO of Danish Cyclists’ Federation representing the interest and working to improve cyclists’ conditions in Denmark. He has had a wide-ranging career spreading from nationwide famous actor, to Mayor for Technical and Environmental Affairs in Copenhagen and now represents the millions of everyday cyclists in Denmark.
During his years a a political leader, Klaus Bondam contributed significantly to making Copenhagen a game changer on the international cycle scene with the best possible conditions for cyclists. Copenhagen is today a living proof of a city with a modern sustainable mobility and a strong focus on livability.
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Andreas is senior advisor, associate, at Gehl Architects and former Head of the City of Copenhagen’s Bicycle Programme 2007-2015. As Head of the bicycle programme in Copenhagen, he worked closely with several Mayors on promoting cycling, and has an intimate knowledge of the Copenhagen strategy for promoting cycling whether infrastructure or non-infrastructure.
Andreas possesses thorough knowledge of Copenhagen’s overall strategy for mobility and urban space. At the same time, Andreas is up to date on international best practice related to cycling and urban planning through his work on these themes with cities such as Berlin, Vienna, Vancouver and San Francisco.
Read more about Andreas Røhl.