Chief amongst these is the humble bicycle. It's no secret that bicycles are some of the most efficient ways to get around town, and they require zero fuel – except, of course, for the calories burned while riding them – to operate. So, if you're ready to take the plunge into a bike-centric lifestyle, what's your first step?
Well, obviously you need a bicycle. But then, you'll need a place to ride it. Bicycling Magazine has taken the legwork out of determining the best places in America to own and ride a bike. In fact, the pedal-powered magazine has created a list of the Top 50 Bike-Friendly Cities in the United States, and it kicks off with a seemingly unlikely candidate. Click here to see for yourself.
[Source: Bicycling | Image: Herval – C.C. 2.0]