Award ceremony for CITY CYCLING 2021

The CITY CYCLING award ceremony during the final event in Berlin
Photo: Peter Himsel

This year’s winning municipalities

This year, the award ceremony to honour the winning municipalities from this year’s campaign was held in Berlin on 29 November. Prizes were conferred in the two categories of the “Most active local parliaments” and the “Most active municipalities with the most kilometres cycled” in a total of five population groups, with the best newcomers honoured in each. The event was hosted in cooperation with the Berlin Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection, and was streamed live from the Malzfabrik in Berlin.

Click here to view the statements from this year’s winning municipalities.
Read the press release on the closing event here.

Prize categories

Most active local parliaments

Less than 10,000 inhabitants

1. Eschelbronn in the Rhein-Neckar district

365.6 Parl.-km

2.Altshausen in Ravensburg district

346.6 Parl.-km

3. Ebenweiler in the Ravensburg district

324.7 Parl.-km

Bester Newcomer: Ebenweiler in the Ravensburg district

324.7 Parl.-km

10,000 – 49,999 inhabitants

1. Rhede in the Borken district

171.5 Parl.-km

2. Bruckmühl

159.3 Parl.-km

3. Salzkotten in the Paderborn district

140.4 Parl.-km

Bester newcomer: Breisach

122.6 Parl.-km

50,000 – 99,999 inhabitants

1. Stolberg in the Aachen district

56.1 Parl.-km

2. Unna in the Unna district

50.2 Parl.-km

3. Peine in the Peine district

40.1 Parl.-km

Bester Newcomer: Peine in the Peine district

40.1 Parl.-km

100,000 – 499,999 inhabitants

1. Freiburg im Breisgau

60.8 Parl.-km

2. Aschaffenburg district

57.9 Parl.-km

3. Warendorf district

49.8 Parl.-km

Bester Newcomer: Freiburg im Breisgau

60.8 Parl.-km

More than 500,000 inhabitants

1. München

27.1 Parl.-km

2. Rhein-Neckar-Kreis

21.2 Parl.-km

3. Leipzig

19.4 Parl.-km

Best newcomer: Recklinghausen district

8.7 Parl.-km

Most active municipalities with the most kilometres cycled

Less than 10,000 inhabitants

1. Altshausen in the Ravensburg district

372,964 km

2. Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Obergünzburg in the Ostallgäu district

206,670 km

3. Kirchzarten

149,068 km

Best newcomer: Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Obergünzburg in the Ostallgäu district

206,670 km

10,000 – 49,999 inhabitants

1. Tuttlingen

536,550 km

2. Leer in the Leer district

505,181 km

3. Marktoberdorf in the Ostallgäu district

413,976 km

Best newcomer: Lohne in the Vechta district

214,570 km

50.000 – 99.999 inhabitants

1. Gießen

609,782 km

2. Rheine in the Steinfurt district

594,354 km

3. Dormagen in the Rhein-Kreis Neuss

402,007 km

Best newcomer: Gladsaxe

267,057 km

100,000 – 499,999 inhabitants

1. Steinfurt district

2,902,639 km

2. Borken distict

2,502,480 km

3. Ravensburg district

2,346,826 km

Bester Newcomer: Warendorf district

1,379,089 km

More than 500,000 inhabitants

1. Hannover Region

4,098,101 km

2. Berlin

3,361,662 km

3. Leipzig

2,321,681 km

Best newcomer: Recklinghausen district

1,071,266 km

Thank you!

We would like to thank the Berlin Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection for supporting the award ceremony for the 2021 CITY CYCLING campaign and for hosting the event with us.