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Most bike-friendly cities in America

Stacker Logo By Betsy Ladyzhets of Stacker | Slide 1 of 51: There's something truly invigorating about the freedom of riding a bike. With the thrill of the wind in your hair, biking opens a city while offering a cheaper alternative to public transport and considerable health benefits.To help guide the most avid of biking enthusiasts, Stacker looked to Redfin's Bike Score rankings to identify the 50 most bike-friendly cities in America. Their Bike Score methodology considers factors like the hilliness, quality of bike lanes, nearby destinations and connectivity, and bike mode share—representing the percentage of bikers within a city.Read on to find out how compatible your city is with two wheels and a flashy helmet, along with the best neighborhoods for biking in each city.

Most bike-friendly cities in America

There's something truly invigorating about the freedom of riding a bike. With the thrill of the wind in your hair, biking opens a city while offering a cheaper alternative to public transport and considerable health benefits.

To help guide the most avid of biking enthusiasts, Stacker looked to Redfin's Bike Score rankings to identify the 50 most bike-friendly cities in America. Their Bike Score methodology considers factors like the hilliness, quality of bike lanes, nearby destinations and connectivity, and bike mode share—representing the percentage of bikers within a city.

Read on to find out how compatible your city is with two wheels and a flashy helmet, along with the best neighborhoods for biking in each city.

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