Apparently Washington is most bike friendly state in the country.
That’s according to the League of American Bicyclists, a Washington D.C.-based cycling advocacy group. The group recently released a ranking of the top states.
The criteria for the rankings included responses to questionnaires, legistlation, policies, programs, infrastructure, education and many other factors.
Washington was followed by Wisconsin, Arizona and Oregon.
"While every state has room to improve in making bicycling a preferred mode of transportation and accessible form of recreation, Washington is making the greatest strides to make this a reality," said Andy Clarke, the league’s president, in a prepared statement.
The organization credited Washington bike laws, maps, a growing trail network and state funding for cycling related programs for its high ranking.
West Virginia finished last on the list.
This is the first time the organization has ranked the states, but it plans to do the rankings each year.