Special Report

Worst Cities to Ride a Bike

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5. Charlotte, North Carolina
> Bike score: 33.9
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.1% — #102 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 857,425

Source: Courtesy of Hawley's Bicycle World

4. Fayetteville, North Carolina
> Bike score: 33.2
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.2% — #85 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 210,432

Source: Photo by Joe W. via Yelp

3. Birmingham, Alabama
> Bike score: 30.7
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.3% — #77 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 212,297

Source: Photo by Bike the Greenway via Yelp

2. Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee
> Bike score: 29.7
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.2% — #85 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 663,750

1. Winston-Salem, North Carolina
> Bike score: 29.2
> Commuters who travel to work by bike: 0.2% — #85 out of 100 largest cities
> Population: 244,115

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