CycleHack is a global movement that brings together diverse people to design, build and test solutions that stop or discourage them from cycling. It is a platform to take action and to make cycling easier, more accepted and appealing. Once a year, people around the world meet to stand up for their town. Wuppertal, known as the most cyclist-unfriendly city in Germany, was one of the 25+ cities that took part in 2015. During lectures and workshops, ideas were exchanged, discussed and translated into design proposals.





project coordination, press and public relations, sponsoring


cooperation with

Laura Popplow, Alexander Kaymer, Sophie Gnest and more