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10 Brilliant Pieces of Bike Infrastructure

With a little imagination, and some political balls, magical things are possible.

A new video on American bicycling infrastructure, produced by the website Bicycle Dutch, has been making the rounds among cycling advocates recently. “Cycling isn’t really taken seriously,” says the narrator in a sad tone, as if observing life on some alien planet.

So what does truly good cycling infrastructure look like, for those of us who don’t get to experience it for ourselves? As you might expect, many examples come from the Northern European countries where cycling commands the greatest modal share. But we wouldn’t want to have an all-Nordic list. So we’ve included some laudable bicycling accommodations from other parts of the globe as well (even a couple from the U.S.), listed in no particular order.

Read full story: 10 Brilliant Pieces of Bike Infrastructure – Sarah Goodyear – The Atlantic Cities.

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