Great Cycling Cities weren’t always so great
Here’s a neat little video from our friends over at Bikes Belong about how Boulder, Co became bike-friendly. Boulder is currently rated Platinum-level in the League of American Bicyclists “Bicycle Friendly Communities” program, but they weren’t always that way. Pittsburgh, and Pittsburghers could learn a lot from Boulder’s bicycle story.
Boulder could probably take a few hints from Pittsburgh when it comes to the musical accompaniment, though.
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