Ole the espresso man on his custom Sorte Jernhest cargo bike.
The European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) issued the press release, in it stating, "CYCLE Logistics will push for behavioral change across a broad spectrum of stakeholders: individuals will be informed on how to use their bicycle to transport goods usually moved by cars, businesses (e.g. tradesmen, window-washers or plumbers etc.) will be motivated to use bikes or cargo bikes for delivery, with the goods sector being pushed to increase deliveries by cycle. Towns and cities across Europe will have a role to play, replacing their unneeded motor vehicles with cargo bikes to provide municipal services (e.g. street cleaning, park maintenance)."
Copenhagen has a significant number of cargo bike users already, so along with increasing that amount, we're using this opportunity to implement super-innovative-spoil-our-cargo-cyclists campaigns. Here is a slideshow of some of the many creative cargo bike entrepreneurs we're promoting and catering to with CYCLE Logistics.
Here's the full CYCLE Logistics press release (opens as pdf).