If cruising on two wheels is your thing, don’t miss these bike-friendly cities. With bike infrastructure firmly in place, these cities around the globe are your best bet for riding.
The top of every bike-friendly list, Amsterdam is always on it for good reason. With bikes and cars sharing roads without animosity — along with a bicycle infrastructure in place — there’s no bicycle rage here.
Not only is Copenhagen small enough to be easily explored by bicycle, but it’s common; more than half of the city rides to school or work.
Ahead of its time, Montreal got on the bike bandwagon in the ‘80s and it’s paid off. It has almost 400 miles of bike paths and a robust bike-sharing system.
Aside from getting props for a serious cycling community in such a cold environment, the city enjoys 120 miles of bike facilities.
In this massive city, bicycles are used as easy ways to get around neighborhoods. In fact, more than 14 percent of all trips in the capital are made by bike.
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