Explore on two wheels to get a taste of what life in these bike-friendly cities is like.
Amsterdam is widely known as one of the best cities in the world for cycling. There are miles of mapped routes, informative cycling tours and plenty of bicycle parking – all on flat streets.
The Berlin Bicycle Bill, introduced in 2016, called for safer cycling, infrastructure repairs, timed traffic lights, more bike parking lots and more. These changes are coming to fruition, making the city more bike-friendly for residents and tourists.
Boulder earns its platinum rating from The League of American Bicyclists with more than 300 miles of bikeway and multiple bike share options. There are also nearby mountain bike trails for more adventurous bikers.
The majority of daily commuters opt for bikes here, which makes bikeability essential in Copenhagen. Bicyclist-only infrastructure, such as bikeways and bridges equipped with air pumps and timed lights, makes biking easier for tourists too.
Fort Collins, Colorado
One of five US cities with a platinum rating from The League of American Bicyclists, Fort Collins is home to dozens of bike-friendly business. There are also plenty of bike paths with over- and underpasses built to help bicyclists avoid cars.
Picturesque Madison offers off-street paths along the shores of Lake Mendota and Lake Monona, as well as urban routes. There are helpful signs and maps along the way, helping Madison earn its platinum rating from The League of American Bicyclists.
Four hundred (mostly flat) miles of bike paths weave through the city, making it one of the most bike-friendly cities in North America. We may see this city move up in worldwide rankings of bike-friendly cities thanks to recent upgrades and future plans.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Get to know beautiful Rio de Janeiro by bike with affordable bike sharing, trails to popular tourist destinations and plenty of bike racks. On Sundays, half of Avenida Atlantica is closed to cars – perfect for biking.
Home to the biggest bike network in France, Strasbourg offers both urban paths and trails outside of the city. It’s easy to rent bikes or park your own across the region.
Join the millions of Tokyo residents who bike to work in designated bike lanes on both roads and sidewalks. There are plenty of cycling tours and sightseeing trails for tourists interested in exploring the city!
Whether you stay within city limits, head to the mountains or take a day trip on your bike, there’s something for every biker in Tucson.