Inspired by Copenhagen Cycle Chic

Instamonth: July’s top 10 Instagram pics

Check out Amsterdam Cycle Chic’s top 10 Instagram pics of July.

1. Tutu skirt cycling

2. Another bike going for a walk

And another bike going for a walk! see more on our blog amsterdamcyclechic.com #velo #bike #bikeams #cyclechic

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3. Saturday night on Dam square

4. Summer hat

5. Chatting on a cold summer day

6. Let the sun shine

Let the sun shine in your hair and start your Friday evening #tgif #amsterdam #plantage #cyclepath #bike #velo #bici #bikeams #cyclechic

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7. A bicycle windmill

8. Walking home along the Amstel

Walking home along the Amstel #Amsterdam #bikes #bikeams #dutchbike #panniers

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9. Cycling in the countryside

Cycling in the countryside #achterhoek #Vierakker #thenetherlands #holidaysinthenetherlands #dutchsummer #cycling #thenetherlands

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10. Cyclists of the month: Pancake and ice cream makers

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Are you already following us on Instagram? You should, if you want to learn more about Amsterdam’s cycling culture and enjoy the diversity of cyclists and bikes in Amsterdam’s streets. Every month we will post the most liked Instagram shots here on our blog.

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2 responses

  1. Hello! I am working on a Cultural Environment and Ecotherapy project at the K.H.Renlund Museum in Kokkola, Finland. The project combines urban gardening, art, local cultural heritage, cycling and general wellbeing, and strives to reach out to segments like youth, seniors, people with learning disabilities and/or special needs, mental health patients, etc.
    We’ll be in Amsterdam in a few weeks time, and would love to know of any projects/ companies combining art and recycled bikes (eg. The Upcycle, etc…)! If you would know any, we’d love to hear about them 🙂 Thanks,

    August 7, 2015 at 08:12

    • Hi Ekovinge! There are many Dutch bike companies that use recycled bikes (Roetz for example), but the art component might be more difficult to find. We can tweet and ask!

      February 16, 2016 at 17:55

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