The League of American Cyclists’  “Bicycle Friendly America℠ program” is touted by the group as providing “a roadmap, hands-on assistance and recognition for states, communities, universities and businesses. The BFA program is a tool for states, communities, business, and universities to make bicycling a real transportation and recreation option for all people.”  Additionally, as part of the program, the League compiles an annual list of the most “bicycle friendly” communities in the country.  The 2013 list is now out and, as both a New Jersey cyclist and a lawyer who represents injured cyclists, I am pleased to report that several NJ communities have made the list!  Newly added this year are Princeton and Montclair, with Hoboken and Ocean City making return appearances.

More on the league’s “Bicycle Friendly America” and a complete copy of the 2013 list can be accessed here.