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Bike Infrastructure Where You Live

6:40 AM PDT on May 26, 2010

In honor of
National Bike Month, we asked you to send in pictures of bike
infrastructure you love. And we got one message loud and clear: you
love your bike infrastructure. A lot. We got hundreds of submissions. 

It was terrific to see all the great stuff that’s out there,
particularly because so much of it is new. More great bike facilities
in more places — urban, suburban and rural — is bound to mean more
people on bikes. Cause for celebration.

Take a look:

Many thanks to all who contributed: BeyondDC.com, Christa Clark Jones of Santa Barbara Cycle Chic, Greg Raisman, Dave Feucht of Portlandize, Amalia Holub of ITDP, Alison Smith of Stantec, Mitchell Nussbaum, Jeffrey Schwane, Sabinna, Aaron Bialick, Brandon McPhail, Megan McManus and Justin Marks.

You can find even more of the contributions on Flickr, tagged with "streetsblog infrastructure." Add your own! We’re obviously going to have to do this again.

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