Experience a green bike tour in Copenhagen - Greenbiketours.dk

Come along and explore the green and sustainable Copenhagen with us!


What we do

Green Bike Tours designs and perform guided tours focusing on the green and sustainable city. We are present in Copenhagen and Malmø.

This is our field of work and what we know a lot about, and we’re all very dedicated in delivering the stories the best possible way!

We have tours for individuals as well as Groups.


We can all contribute to a better, greener world by taking responsible decisions and actions when it comes to energy solutions and sustainability. By seeing how cities work on becoming greener, we get inspiration in our own lives and become more conscious.

The concept for Green Bike Tours is to show you the green and sustainable city as a bike tour or walking tour – how cities create livable cities for its Citizens of the future.

Our tours focus on the urban design of the future – sustainable solutions, bike culture, renewable energy, smart city solutions, green roofs, water management, energy effeciency in Buildings, mobility and recycling. How cities plan to lower their carbon emissions and become carbon neutral.

All cities have something to show, so the ambition for Green Bike Tours is to take this concept to as many cities as possible.

We are currently in Copenhagen and Malmø and will start to work on a tour in Berlin in Autumn 2019.



Our history


Founded by Helene in 2012

First trip!

Was for a group who wanted to learn about Copenhagen’s plan to be carbon neutral by 2025

New trips 2016

We have created new cool tours for everybody to join by bike


Our new website and booking calendar is up and running

Who we are

Helene Hjortlund
Green Bike Tours is founded by Helene Hjortlund, who takes a great interest in energy and green solutions and prior to this worked for 8 years as a communications advisor and manager in the energy business. She was also the Managing Director of Green Seminars that offered strategic learning to foreign cities to enable them to accelerate their city’s transition to green economy.

She has a master in italian and is an authorised guide with diploma.

Julie Gibson
Julie is a green guide. Her favourite green spot in Copenhagen is Frederiksberg Garden with big beautiful trees, big birds flying around and the chance of getting a bit lost “in the woods”. Julie loves being outside and observing small peculiar phenomena’s in nature, where biking is the ideal way of getting around.

She comes from a small town an hour away from Copenhagen, with plenty of fields and forests . She thought she was giving up nature to live in the city, but that was not the case. For Julie it was amazing to discover that Copenhagen is like no other “big city” with its many green oasis’s, climate friendly initiatives and outdoor vibe. She is continuously discovering more hidden nature in Copenhagen, and she is looking very forward to showing you all the best places.

Anita Pedersen
Anita is a green guide. She grew up in Copenhagen and could not imagine a better way to transport herself around the city than on her bike.

Her favourite green area is the green cycle route which connects people and different parts of the city. The bike lane meander through the city and creates a vibrant green space for people to take a stroll or hang out in the sun. She especially loves the part that takes one through Nørrebro’s urban park. She looks forward to share ‘her’ city’s many green initiatives with you.

Josefine Wulffeld

Josefine is a green guide. She lives in Copenhagen, and loves to experience and share the city’s many green initiatives. On a daily basis she is part of the danish bicycle-culture, and doesn’t go anywhere without her bike. She enjoys spending time in the green areas of the city, eating dinner from foodtrucks or markets and discovering new interesting places. For her, Copenhagen is the perfect combination of cityvibe and green experience.

Aurelia Brida
Aurelia is a green guide. When outside, she loves to absorb the small details, such as reflections in the windows, colourful houses and finding plants growing out of the concrete. Often you can see her cycling around in Copenhagen, with a big smile on her face appreciating the moment. Her favourite place is the Horticultural Garden, a place with a small pond with ducks in the middle and big old trees to climb.