Top 50 Bike-friendly Cities.

Via on Apr 7, 2010

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Los Angeles, as usual, made number one. Oh, sorry, wrong list: that was one for traffic jams.

1. Minneapolis
2. Portland
colorado governor bicycle bike 3. Boulder
4. Seattle
5. Eugene
6. San Francisco
7. Madison
8. New York
9. Tucson
10 Chicago

Liberal slant to the cities above? Colorado Independent thinks so, for one.

For criteria and details on the complete Top 50 list, click over to Bicycling Magazine.

Now if only I could get anyone on my own staff to bike, ever.

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4 Responses to “Top 50 Bike-friendly Cities.”

  1. Glad to see Albuquerque in there!

  2. Am surprised San DIego did not make the map. Bike lanes, views, hills and trails everywhere.

  3. This is a great list to have. Now I know where I can move to if I must ever leave this amazing town of Boulder. I must say, Boston is where I grew up and I did not find it the slightest bit bike friendly and in New York….well lets just say I saw 2 bikers get hit in 1 day! ouch!

  4. lad says:

    Key west fl! 2 by 4 mile island. You don't even need a bike.

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