These Are the Most Bike-Friendly Cities in the World!
If you’re wondering which are the 10 most bike-friendly cities in the world, we know the answer!
Cycling has its perks. It is fun, it is healthy and it saves gas dollars and, most importantly, it saves the environment.
In many countries around the globe people started to ride more bikes and drive less cars.
A good example is Japan, a large country with more than 126 million citizens, and the more people live there, the more chances are that they own a bike.
In Japan an estimated 3 million bicycles are parked daily in special parking garages.
And several other countries started to embrace cycling. In some of them, you’ll find the 10 best bike-friendly cities.
10Montreal – Canada
We start our top 10 list of the most bike-friendly cities in the world with the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec, Montreal.
The city features cycle tracks dating from the late 1980s and in 2014 Montreal was the host of the 17th UNICON (unicycling world championship and convention).
Its bicycle system is successful and you can see more cargo bikes in Montreal than in most cities in North America.
With 300 miles of trails, including bikes paths, you’ll sure want to visit this city.
Winter isn’t a problem! They even clear the snow from the paths so you can enjoy a refreshing walk.