Trondheim, the third-largest city in Norway, has a very high percentage of bike riders compared to the rest of the country, something to which they ascribe partially to the “Trampe,” a 130-meter bicycle “lift” that takes cyclers up the steepest incline in town. Riders activate the Trampe with a keycard. A small metal plate comes up from the ground, on which a rider rests their right foot, putting their weight on the plate as it pushes them up the hill.
Since launching in 1993, the Trampe has given 220,000 rides up the hill with no injuries.
Project Page [Trampe.no] (Thanks, Marilyn!