heatheronhertravels.com The website "Heather on her travels" published this story some time ago. It is called "The adventures of an Englishman and a Sogreni bicycle in Copenhagen" and is highly recommended reading. (30/10/16)
orangegiftbag.com The Sögreni Mud Flaps have been featured in The Orange Gift Bag’s ‘Bicycle Gift Guide’ that lists 10 cool bike accessories to rock your ride. The Orange Gift Bag is a niche gifting blog by Sarita Rajiv that shares creative and unique gift ideas from across countries and cultures.(25/06/15)
visitcopenhagen.com Visit Copenhagen just updated their great website, and included Sögreni and other Copenhagen bicycle manufacturers at "Bike City Copenhagen". Recommended reading! (17/03/15)
Politiken.dk Great feature from Danish daily newspaper Politiken about Sankt Peders Stræde, the street where Sögreni has been around for about 25 years. Not a word about Sögreni, but a lot of local street colour. (In Danish) (20/01/15)
Virtuoso Life Magazine American travel agency Virtuoso features a Sögreni Young Shatterhand among other Danish design classics, like Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner and Hay. (16/12/14)
Sögreni on YouTube Photographer and filmmaker Jan Cervený just made this 3:52 minutes long clip from and about the shop. In Danish. (13/10/14)
From our own blog a post called "Looking back…you find old magazines and newspapers!" with scanned artticles from lifestyle magazines and newspapers from all over the world. (31/07/14)
cyclr.com lists "13 bike designs: A collection of personal favourites". Sögreni is one of them!(10/06/14)
unlike.net writes "Mad scientist bicycle manufacturer Sören Sögreni..." and this website is a great place to find inspiration when going (to new) cities like Copenhagen, Cape Town, Ibiza or Los Angeles". Check it out! (14/10/13)
bikeradar.com "Since launching in July 2007, we've established BikeRadar as the world's most comprehensive cycling website". Sam Dansie came by the shop in June, and this great feature was the result. (10/07/13)
Ciclosfera.com is a Spanish online magazine, dealing with all aspects of urban life on two wheels. Mrs. Rafa Vidiella came by the shop, and we do agree that Sögreni is "en única y especial". Great reading, if you understand Spanish. Look for Sögreni at page 70 to 73. (20/01/13)
WestOfTheSun Scott runs this website, and he writes "Originally from Canada, I now live in the charming city of Copenhagen after a few stops along the way". The section "Copenhagen Crafted" includes some great pictures from the shop, or as Scott writes on the website "The photo project, Copenhagen Crafted, was born out my enthusiasm for beautifully crafted goods which are part of our everyday life". Check it out! (01/01/13)
herewegonow.com is a "platform for visual story telling" and features some really fantastic, weird, inspirational and mindboggling pictures, products and other stuff. They wrote us "We totally digged one of your products and featured it on our blog". You know what? We dig you too! (26/07/12)
CPHmade.org Copenhagen is much more than the little Mermaid! CPHmade says "Copenhagen actually hosts a number of companies which all produce stuff – right here in the city. The common denominator for all these companies is that they all produce a range of quality products crafted with care and with a deep understanding of original handicraft". We are so happy that Sögreni now is a part of CPHmade - go the website and get really, really tempted to come and visit our fantastic city! (10/05/12)
The 2012 Brooks Bugle Sögreni is a proud "Dealer of Excellence" of Brooks England. We use Brooks England Saddles on our bicycles, and also sell a wide range of Brooks England accessories in the shop in downtown Copenhagen. The Brooks Bugle is a fantastic publication, both online and in real life. The 2012 issue features among other things an article about the Cyklar! Exhibition run at the Swedish art museum Vandalorum in Värnamo. Take a look at page 3 for some beautiful Sögreni (and other) bicycles. (15/04/12)
Danish Embassy in Berlin The Danish Embassy in Berlin is running the exhibition "Eine Stadt fährt Rad" = "A city of wheels" and Sögreni is of course part of the show. Check it out! (22/01/12)
elmanco.com is a blog run by Italian designer Gianluca Gimini. Our Italian is not strong enough to understand everything here, but it appears Mr Gimini is a fan! Thanks. (26/12/11)
edgeonthenet.com brought the story "Copenhagen’s Culinary and Cultural Renaissance" and of course came by the shop. Check it out - it is very well written. (22/12/11)
A Cup of Jo run by Joanna Goddard also came up with excellent tips for Christmas, like a pair of monster socks, a round ice-ball maker or a Sögreni Bell. Great blog! (13/12/11)
berlingske.dk brought a story called something close to "The Feinschmecker bicycle is the new luxury statement" and Søren Sögreni is one of the people getting interviewed (in Danish). (21/10/11
guvnorownersclub.com is a "global membership organisation for owners and riders of the Pashley Guvnor bicycle". Mr James came by the shop and made a few comments on the Sögreni Fenders - or mudguards as they are called in British English.
vormirdiewelt.de (roughly "the world lies in front of me") is a brilliant blog by Mrs Meike Winnemuth, who is travelling the world: 12 big cities in 12 months. She came by Copenhagen and the shop, and ended up ordering a very special bicycle.
altamira.modelsoffduty.com run by Craig Arend captured great-looking girls at the Copenhagen Fashion Week (August 2011) and among those Danish top model Caroline Brasch Nielsen at the outside of the City Hall with her lovely red Young Shatterhand.
candycranks.com is a "collaboration of female riders from around the globe giving insight to bike culture in their home cities", and in October 2009 they passed by Copenhagen and took some pictures of the store.
For those who love bicycle culture: copenhagenize.com with a nice piece about Sögreni bicycles.
And they also took some pictures of the range of accessories, read the article at copenhagenize.com.
"Dreams on wheels", Danish cycling culture for urban sustainability, an exhibition that toured the globe until July 2010. Sögreni was one of seven featured brands. See the programme and read about the event at dreamsonwheels.dk.
The Georg Jensen limited edition bicycle, a nice picture from Copenhagen Airport at businessweek.com
Another shot of the Georg Jensen limited edition bicycle, at Norwegian business website dn.no - this time with the futuristic beach pavillion (!) at Amager Strandpark, a newly-built beach just south of Copenhagen City.
And here a review of the Georg Jensen bicycle at coolhunting.com
The official press release from Georg Jensen can be seen here See press release