CITY CYCLING 2024

CITY CYCLING 2024

From 8 to 28 June 2024, the district of Waldeck-Frankenberg, together with 20 towns and municipalities, took part in the Climate Alliance's international CITY CYCLING campaign for the third time. On 8 June, an anniversary cycle tour "Lion meets star" to the boundary stone museum in Herzhausen took place to mark the "50 years of the Waldeck-Frankenberg district" anniversary. We would like to thank all cyclists for taking part in the city cycling event.

In Waldeck-Frankenberg, the result has been determined:

  • 2,487 cyclists
  • 110/631 Parliamentarian
  • 211 teams
  • 548,828 kilometres
  • 91 tonnes of CO2 avoidance

 

Winners of the CITY CYCLING 2024 competition

The district of Waldeck-Frankenberg congratulates all successful cyclists in the CITY CYCLING 2024 competition.


Ranking of municipalities:

Place

City/Municipality

Km (absolute)

1.

Frankenberg Eder

125.117

2.

Bad Wildungen

71.618

3.

Edertal

48.163

4.

Hatzfeld (Eder)

41.276

5.

Volkmarsen

37.646

6.

Korbach

34.622

7.

Bad Arolsen

32.817

8.

Vöhl

21.032

9.

Battenberg (Eder)

20.358

10.

Diemelstadt

18.294

11

Allendorf (Eder)

18.154

12

Waldeck

18.007

13.

Gemünden (Wohra)

12.709

14

Willingen (Upland)

9.689

15.

Lichtenfels

9.330

16.

Burgwald

6.923

17.

Frankenau

3.542

18.

Rosenthal

3.313

19.

Diemelsee

3.039

20.

Twistetal

1.173

 

Winners in the categories:

Most active cycling municipality (between 10,000 and 49,999 inhabitants) with the most kilometres cycled in absolute terms:
Frankenberg (Eder), 124,918 km

Most active cycling municipality (under 10,000 inhabitants) with the most kilometres cycled in absolute terms:
Edertal, 48,163 km

Largest team:
TSV 1921 Eifa, 56 members

Most active cycling team (team with the most kilometres, absolute):
TSV 1921 Eifa, 19,425 km

Team with the most active cyclists
(team that has cycled the most kilometres per head (average value))

1st place: Die Hartmänner*innen (2,007 km/head)
2nd place: B&E Biker (860 km/head)
3rd place: Diakonisches Wer Waldeck-Frankenberg (789 km/head)

Most active cyclist (absolute kilometres in individual ranking):
Reinhold Erb, Team Buhlen, 2,853 km

 

Most actively cycling city/municipal parliament (most kilometres per capita):

Municipality of Edertal, 36.3 km/capita