Foodie Country 

- A bicycle adventure into the wild

Enjoy a day trip with wonderful cooking, the best organic and local produce, and foraging along the way. All exclusively planned for you and seven other wild bikers!

The mission: a co-creation bike-trip that takes us about 30 km around Copenhagen on an unforgettable gastronomic experience, enjoying the wonders of fresh air and exercise all along the way. 

You’ll play a vital role on the team and help Cykelkokken prepare the perfect food adventure. One of your tasks will be helping to transport the goods for our journey – and we’ll set you up with the perfect bike for the job: a specially-equipped Bullitt cargo bike.

Each member of your group will pilot one of the following cargo bikes on your day-trip into the wild: 

  • Somali-cargo: Drinks for the trip.

  • Recycle-cargo: Sorting/transporting our garbage.

  • DJ-cargo: Music and morale-boosting.

  • Butler-cargo: Tableware, cutlery, etc.

  • Foodbox-cargo: Cooler, food transport.

  • Off-road-cargo: Survival kit, tire repair kit, etc.  

Ready for an absolutely amazing day trip?

Don’t wait to sign up and join us on one of these limited tours in 2020!

Bike Distance:

Approximately 30 km. We all ride with a cargo load, but the terrain is mostly flat. 

Starting time

We meet at 9.30 AM, sharp!


Everyone is doing a test-drive on a Bullitt before the bikes are distributed. 

We are back at approximately 3 pm.

Meeting Point

Esromgade 5, 2200 Copenhagen Nørrebro 


Closest Station: Nørrebro Station 


1995 dkr

Price includes: Bullitt cargobike, food, drinks, equipment, guide and chef.

Bring own: helmet (optional but smart) and appropriate clothing.

Foodie Country

next open tours

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Sunday, July 5, 2020



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