Together with Komoot, e-mobility startup Dance has put together an exclusive selection of city routes tailored specifically for Dance members and their Dance bikes. These carefully curated routes offer the opportunity to incorporate a bit of adventure into evening or weekend outings. Komoot routes are currently available for Berlin and Paris, and there are plans to expand to Hamburg, Munich and Vienna.
The route collections offer a wide range of experiences to suit different preferences. In Berlin, cyclists can either ride the beautifully designed Wall Trail along the former border strip or explore the lush green landscape of the Berlin countryside. In Paris, members have the option of traversing the city, discovering iconic landmarks, canals, rivers, forests, parks, and ancient monuments.
A selection of highlight tours for Berlin and Paris at a glance:
- Berlin: Watchtowers, wildlife and water: a route from Spandau to Hennigsdorf leads through forests, fields and along the banks of the Havel River, revealing the former western path of the Berlin Wall.
- Berlin: Visit from Venice: This picturesque round trip from Köpenick S-Bahn station takes you along the charming canals of New Venice, the Spree River and the majestic Müggelsee Lake.
- Paris: Impressionism for beginners: a relaxing ride along the Seine allows cyclists to enjoy the landscapes that inspired famous impressionists such as Monet and Renoir.
- Paris: A relaxing tour of the Bois de Vincennes: this route takes you past tranquil ponds on well-maintained paths and offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life surrounded by nature and on a reliable Dance e-bike
Dance offers a full-service e-mobility subscription for both private individuals and companies. It combines e-bikes and e-mopeds with an all-round service: Maintenance, repairs and insurance are included in the flexible monthly or annual subscription. We have already featured the Dance bike in detail in this article; the monthly price for this bike is currently 79 euros (monthly subscription) or 59 euros (annual subscription). The subscription service is currently available in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich (Germany), Vienna (Austria) and Paris (France).