Special Report

Best Cities to Ride a Bike

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25. St. Louis, Missouri
> Bike score: 61.9
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.8% — #23 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 308,174

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24. Albuquerque, New Mexico
> Bike score: 62.1
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 1.1% — #20 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 559,374

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23. Boise City, Idaho
> Bike score: 62.4
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 2.8% — #8 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 226,115

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22. Madison, Wisconsin
> Bike score: 65.1
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 4.5% — #2 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 254,977

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21. Buffalo, New York
> Bike score: 65.4
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 1.0% — #21 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 256,480

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