1. Minneapolis, MN
- Bike score: 84
- Cyclist fatalities: 11 (in the state of MN)
- Bike-ability score: 69.75
Ranking first among the best bike-friendly cities in the US, Minneapolis is truly a great place for cycling. According to the city’s website, Minneapolis boasts 98 miles of bike lanes as well as 16 miles of protected bikeways and 101 extra bike trails and paths.
The city also comes in the top spot for bike commuters providing its own bike-share program that features more than 3,000 bikes and 400 stations to make it easy to go out on a bike ride.
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