The German National Cyclists’ Association (ADFC) is a nation-wide, non-profit organization with more than 170,000 members. The ADFC’s mission is clear: to make more people cycle more often and longer distances.
ADFC Bremen is the oldest branch of the ADFC Germany, as the ADFC was founded in Bremen in 1979.
In the latest Bicycle Climate Test of April 2019, Bremen is ranked 1st in Germany!
In addition to its commitment to environmentally conscious and thus sustainable mobility the ADFC advises on all aspects of the bicycle. This includes consumer advice, technology and, equipment as well as tourism and political issues. The ADFC was founded in 1979 in Bremen and has 16 state associations, over 450 district associations and information centres in 80 cities. When campaigning for the resolute promotion of cycling the ADFC cooperates with, many clubs, organizations and institutions. At the European level, it is a member of the European ‘Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) and is politically neutral, but biased when it comes to the interests of bike riding people. The nationwide transport political work of the ADFC is based on the Transport Policy Programme, which is the foundation to make more people use the bicycle.