Yesterday USA Today released its list of the ten best cities nationwide for bicycling. San Diego was the only California city mentioned. To read the article, click here.
According to the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, the recognition is warmly welcomed but long overdue. “San Diego is making great strides and we’ve got even more on the way to be excited about including CicloSDias, bike share and the regional bike plan,” says Executive Director Andy Hanshaw.
Major accomplishments from the past year include:
- Launching San Diego’s first ever open-streets celebration, CicloSDias
- SANDAG’s approval of $200-million for a regional bike plan Early Action program
- San Diego’s first bike share program with DECOBikes unanimously approved
- Record number of Bike to Work Day participants in May, 2014
The USA Today article highlights scenic and luxurious bicycle routes in San Diego including the Silver Strand, the ride to Cabrillo National Monument in Point Loma and the Pacific Coast Highway route up the coastline and through some of the county’s most beautiful beach towns.
For more information on bicycle opportunities and developments in San Diego, please visit www.sdcbc.org.