Most Bikeable Cities

Capture3Denver continues to invest in walkable, bike-friendly infrastructure, and has landed the No. 4 spot on Walk Score’s (an apartment listing company owned and operated by Redfin Corp.) new “Most Bikeable Cities 2015” ranking, which gave Denver a 71.3 bike score, up 1.8 points from last year.

The ranking came just in time for Denver’s official Bike to Work Day on Wednesday, June 24.

To compile the ranking, Walk Score analyzed 154 cities,10,000 plus neighborhoods, and ranked the cities with 300,000 or more.

The ranking’s top 10 most bikeable cities were:

Minneapolis. 81.3.

SanFrancisco. 75.1.

Portland. 72.0.

Denver. 71.3.

Boston. 70.3.

Chicago. 70.2.

Washington D.C. 69.5.

Sacramento. 68.9.

Tucson, Arizona. 67.9.

Philadelphia. 67.5.

Cities were scored on a scale of 0-100 based on four equally weighted components:

Bike lanes


Destinations and Road Connectivity

Share of Local Workers’ Commutes Traveled by Bicycle

The ranking also broke down Denver areas for their bikeability. The neighborhoods with a bike score over 80 were:

City Park West: 97.3.

Whittier: 96.4

Cheesman Park: 96.3.

City Park: 95.7

Five Points: 93.8

Lincoln Park: 93.0

Country Club: 92.9

Downtown: 92.6

Speer: 92.3

Skyland: 88.5

Jefferson Park: 88.2

Baker: 87.8

Cole: 87.7

Congress Park: 86.0

Clayton: 85.0

Washington Park West: 84.4

Highland: 83.9

Rosedale: 82.9

University Park 81.7

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