Special Report

Best Cities to Ride a Bike

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5. San Francisco, California
> Bike score: 72.2
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 4.0% — #4 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 874,961

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4. Denver, Colorado
> Bike score: 72.6
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 2.2% — #12 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 705,576

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3. Chicago, Illinois
> Bike score: 73.2
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 1.7% — #15 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 2,709,534

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2. Portland, Oregon
> Bike score: 82.4
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 6.0% — #1 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 645,291

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1. Minneapolis, Minnesota
> Bike score: 83.5
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 4.0% — #4 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 420,324

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