I've a trip planned to Copenhagen in late November, is it fairly common for people to rent a bike and explore the city? I'm specifically asking as I'm not sure about people riding a bike in November as it tends to get cold early in that part of the world.
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Renting bikes in Copenhagen
We currently have mild weather in Copenhagen and it should stay that way for the coming month too, although you may see snow and sleet eventually. That should not be a big problem, given the correct clothes, as stated by others.
As for bikes, check this out: http://bycyklen.dk/en
As far as I remember people cycle all year long. Maybe when it snows a bit less people do it due to ice.
Relating to renting, the city used to have a free public bike system. The problem sometimes is more to find a bike available.
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