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11 Most Bicycle Friendly Cities

by Joshua Liberles on November 24, 2007

Virgin 11 Most Bicycle Friendly Cities

Virgin Vacations has compiled a list of cities that enable travelers to explore by bicycle “in ease and safety.”

From Virgin:
  1. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  2. Portland, Oregon USA
  3. Copenhagen, Denmark
  4. Boulder, CO USA
  5. Davis, CA USA
  6. Sandnes, Norway
  7. Trondheim, Norway
  8. San Francisco, CA USA
  9. Berlin, Germany
  10. Barcelona, Spain
  11. Basel, Switzerland
Cities are judged based on the “Five E’s:” Engineering, Encouragement, Evaluation & planning, Education, and Enforcement. Perennial front-runner Amsterdam, where 40% of all traffic is by bicycle, is joined by four American cities. While it’s great to see U.S. communities making positive strides, it’s hard to imagine that they’re among the most bike-friendly in the world.

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1 beforewisdom October 19, 2007 at 2:19 pm

Riding a bike doesn’t work out well for all people in all situations.

However, you still eliminate many of these short car trips by consolidating your car trips.

One simple trick is to simply do more of your shopping and errands on your way home from work.

Not only is this green, it will extend the life of your car ( short trips kill cars early ), save gas, save prime time on weekends, and it will save money.

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2 Josh October 20, 2007 at 12:12 am

Words of wisdom from beforewisdom — really good suggestions for minimizing back n’ forth short trips. These are the most damaging to the environment by far (per mile) and this is specifically why Clif bar started their 2mile initiative.

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