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Old Posted Sep 7, 2014, 4:42 AM
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2014 Top Bike-Friendly Cities (Bicycling Magazine)

Unsure how credible this list even is. Here's the "methodology":
HOW WE CHOSE THE TOP 50

The statistics and descriptions here represent just some of what we consider when compiling this list. For example, we also mine U.S. Census data for such factors as overall percentage of bike commuters in each city and the rate by which that number is growing. We catalog the amount and quality of cycling infrastructure in each city—including miles of protected bike lanes and roadways marked with sharrows—and how recently it's been implemented. We rely on data collected by national advocacy groups like the League of American Bicyclists, the Alliance for Biking and Walking, and People for Bikes. And, most importantly, we talk to local advocates, officials, and everyday riders in each city on the final list, as well as those that didn't make the cut.
So... not exactly rigorous. Nevertheless, feature here. Top 50 here:

1. New York (#7 in 2012)

2. Chicago (#5 in 2012)

3. Minneapolis (#2 in 2012)

4. Portland (#1 in 2012)

5. Washington, D.C. (#4 in 2012)

6. Boulder, Colo. (#3 in '12)

7. San Francisco (#8 in '12):

8. Seattle (#10 in '12)

9. Fort Collins, Colo. (#11 in '12)

10. Cambridge, Mass. (NR in '12)

11. Austin

12. Denver

13. Madison, Wis.

14. Philadelphia

15. Eugene, Ore.

16. Boston

17. Tempe, Ariz.

18. Tucson

19. Arlington, Va.

20. Boise

21. Pittsburgh

22. New Orleans

23. Long Beach

24. San Jose

25. Indianapolis

26. Salt Lake City

27. Oakland

28. Los Angeles

29. Miami

30. Scottsdale, Ariz.

31. Alexandria, Va.

32. Sacramento

33. Thousand Oaks, Calif.

34. Chattanooga, Tenn.

35. Cincinnati

36. Milwaukee

37. Gainesville, Fla.

38. Salem, Ore.

39. Albuquerque

40. Saint Paul

41. Grand Rapids, Mich.

42. Reno

43. Louisville

44. Columbia, Mo.

45. Colorado Springs

46. Ann Arbor, Mich.

47. Omaha

48. San Antonio

49. Des Moines

50. Cleveland
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