Information for cyclists

RADar! for cyclists

Is a cycle route’s surface damaged? Is the routing unclear? Would additional bicycle storage facilities be beneficial?
RADar! allows you to contact your local municipal authorities quickly and easily to improve the local cycling infrastructure together!

Here’s how it works:

First of all, you will need to complete the one-off registration for RADar!. You are able to set a location for your reports or to simply position pins on the street map in the cyclist portal. Beside providing a reason for your report, you can include a photo or comment to give your municipality the most accurate, up-to-date information possible.

Then simply click on Submit report and your report will be forwarded to the municipality.

To maintain an overview of the status of the reports you have submitted, these will always be listed separately.


Only registered cyclists are able to submit reports! You can sign up for RADar! here. Alternatively, if you already have a CITY CYCLING account, you can simply log in.

Cyclists are able to submit reports for any of the municipalities offering RADar!

Submit reports via smartphone

Have broken glass or tree roots left you swerving a slalom course along your favourite route? Does poor lighting make cycling at night unsafe? Or did the cycle route you are following suddenly end?

Then why not take advantage of our handy RADar! app for Android and iOS systems? The free app uses GPS to automatically determine your location, allowing you to share reports with your municipality quickly and easily.

Alternatively, you can use the RADar! function integrated into the CITY CYCLING app to submit reports. The CITY CYCLING campaign by Climate Alliance is today one of the biggest cycling campaigns, and decisive to the use and dissemination of the RADar! reporting platform.

Use the search function below to check whether your municipality is offering RADar!.

Which municipalities are offering RADar!?