Known as the cycling capital of the world, Amsterdam boasts a bike-friendly culture intensely.
Copenhagen is renowned for its cycling infrastructure, including cycle tracks, bridges, and traffic lights designed specifically for cyclists.
Utrecht is praised for its innovative cycling infrastructure, such as the world's largest bike parking facility at Utrecht Central Station.
Portland is a cycling-friendly city with a comprehensive network of bike lanes, and bike-sharing programs
Tokyo has made significant efforts to enhance cycling infrastructure and encourage more people to opt for cycling.
Eindhoven is a cyclist's dream, with well-marked cycling paths, bike-friendly traffic policies, and a strong emphasis on bicycle safety.
Barcelona has created dedicated bike lanes, implemented bike-sharing systems, and organizing cycling events
Montreal is known for its extensive network of bike paths, including the popular "Bixi" bike-sharing system.
Seville has undergone a cycling revolution, transforming into a bike-friendly city with a comprehensive network of segregated bike lanes