As cycling continues to enjoy a worldwide revival, experiments in new cycling facilities are underway everywhere. Cycle Infrastructure includes international examples, interviews with the makers of prominent cycling routes and a glimpse at future innovations. The possibilities that cycling offers for the spatial qualities and comfort of cities are enormous, but have not been fully realized. This publication is an engaging and motivating handbook for anyone interested in the development, design and promotion of high-quality cycling routes. Its goal is to activate the full potential of cycling for the urban landscape and to consider cycling infrastructure as an integral design challenge, rather than purely an issue of traffic engineering. It includes text by Stefan Bendiks and Aglaee Degros, the founders of Artgineering, an organization for research and design on the boundary between urban planning and infrastructure.