List of U.S. cities with most bicycle commuters

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The following is a list of United States cities of 65,000+ inhabitants with the 25 highest rates of bicycle commuting, according to data from the 2012 American Community Survey. The Census Bureau measured the percentage of commuters who bike to work, as opposed to walking, taking public transit, driving an automobile, boat, or some other means. College towns and cities often rank high on this list, as students and faculty of universities often live very close to their place of employment if on-campus or close to campus.

1. Davis, California 19.1%
2. Boulder, Colorado 12.1%
3. Palo Alto, California 9.5%
4. Eugene, Oregon 8.7%
5. Cambridge, Massachusetts 8.5%
6. Fort Collins, Colorado 7.9%
7. Berkeley, California 7.6%
8. Santa Barbara, California 6.9%
9. Madison, Wisconsin 6.3%
10. Missoula, Montana 6.2%
11. Portland, Oregon 6.0%
12. Gainesville, Florida 6.0%
13. Chico, California 5.7%
14. Mountain View, California 5.5%
15. Evanston, Illinois 5.3%
16. Santa Monica, California 5.2%
17. Miami Beach, Florida 5.1%
18. Ann Arbor, Michigan 4.9%
19. Flagstaff, Arizona 4.7%
20. Minneapolis, Minnesota 4.5%
21. Tempe, Arizona 4.5%
22. Washington, D.C. 4.1%
23. Seattle, Washington 4.1%
24. Provo, Utah 4.0%
25. Bloomington, Indiana 3.9%

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