Since 2015, the Berlin Senate Administration has been recording bicycle traffic in the city using automated counting stations. How can Berlin's 26 counting stations be aggregated and made accessible? The interactive visualisation allows users to read out the wheel counting stations that have been put into operation and to discover temporal patterns of Berlin cyclists. The visualization shows daily, weekly and annual cycling patterns. Furthermore, the data can be displayed in three levels of detail (median, absolute, maximum). The data comes from 26 permanent counting stations embedded in the ground and comprises more than 8760 counts.