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Cambridge, Massachusetts, established a clear vision for the future of bike infrastructure through its 2020 bicycle plan. (Image credit: Cambridge Bicycle Plan)
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From Bloomington, Indiana to Portland, Oregon (pictured above), protected bike lanes of all shapes and sizes transformed U.S. communities in 2022. (Photo Credit: David Evans and Associates, Inc.)
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Man on bike with helmet on country ride
Woman pausing on country ride watching golden hour sunset
Two women riding bikes along the beach
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The Longhorn Dam Shared Use Path in Austin, Texas. (Photo courtesy of the Austin Department of Transportation)
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An event in the West Colfax neighborhood of Denver where local cruiser car culture merged with biking. (Photo courtesy of Denver Streets Partnership)
Electric bikes make long-distance tours accessible to a broader audience.
Philadelphia, the original Living Lab, will continue its equity work with Indego bike share as part of a new cohort. (Photo courtesy of Indego)
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Members of Pittsburgh Youth Leadership gather for a summertime ride. PYL riders joined 12 members of Congregation Dor Hadash for a Solidarity Ride in November, touring 60 miles of the Great Allegheny Passage.
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