Watch: “I Bike Budapest” 10,000+ Riders Out to Make Capital Better for Cycling

  • 25 Apr 2022 3:40 PM
  • HungarianPolitics.com
Watch: “I Bike Budapest” 10,000+ Riders Out to Make Capital Better for Cycling
Police estimated that more than 10,000 people took part in the “I Bike Budapest” bicycle procession on Saturday, said the event’s organizers in a statement.

The purpose of the event was to highlight specific demands for making Hungary’s capital more bicycle-friendly, such as a bus lane on the Chain Bridge that bikes can also use, and bike lanes for Üllői Road and Astoria, said head organizer Áron Halász. 

Check out the related video below.

  • How does this content make you feel?

XpatLoop Media Partner

HungarianPolitics.com

This fresh site is solely focused on keeping readers up to date with the latest with political events in Hungary. Steven Nelson takes stories from the most reputable Hungarian-language sources, with no filter he says, and translates the key political news of the day for English readers.

Explore More Reports

  • Discover Budapest by Bike

    Discover Budapest by Bike

    • 13 May 2022 2:10 PM

    What we only dreamt of a few decades ago seems to be coming true: In addition to exploring Budapest on foot or by public transport, now you have the option to tour Budapest by bike, and scooters are becoming increasingly popular, as well.

  • Bubi Expands With 900 Bicycles in Budapest

    Bubi Expands With 900 Bicycles in Budapest

    • 6 May 2022 12:07 PM

    The MOL Bubi public bike system, largely re-newed nearly a year ago, will be expanded, as the Budapest Transport Centre (BKK) will procure new bicycles and establish new col-lection stations, mayor Gergely Karácsony announced at a press conference on Monday.

  • Fidesz MP Dedicates Bike Path That Doesn’t Actually Exist

    Fidesz MP Dedicates Bike Path That Doesn’t Actually Exist

    • 16 Dec 2021 1:46 PM

    With the elections coming up in a few months, dedication fever is taking place among the country’s political elite. Back in November, we saw no less than ten politicians show up to dedicate a 6km-long bike path.