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The Top 10 Bikeable Neighborhoods in Philadelphia

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The Top 10 Bikeable Neighborhoods in Philadelphia

Philly is becoming more and more of a bike town.  The city has been hard at work creating new bike lanes as well as implementing new bike friendly programs such as Indego. As Center City and outlining neighborhoods continue to expand, getting around the Philadelphia continues to become easier.  For many looking to purchase a home, biking to destinations such as school, work and attractions is a major key in their decision.  So for those looking for the bike friendly neighborhoods, we researched Walkscore.com for the best bikeable neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Some of the areas on the list may surprise you. Take a look at the top 10 bikeable neighborhoods in Philadelphia along with great homes for sale in each area.
 

10. Rittenhouse Square

Bike Score: 94

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9. Washington Square West

Bike Score: 96

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Image via Google Maps



 

8. Center City West

Bike Score: 96

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Image via Google Maps



 

7. University City

Bike Score: 97

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Image via Google Maps


 

6. West Powelton

Bike Score: 98

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Image via Google Maps



 

5. Southwest Cedar Park

Bike Score: 98

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4. Walnut Hill

Bike Score: 99

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Image via Google Maps



 

3. Cedar Park

Bike Score: 99

cedar-park

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2. Spruce Hill

Bike Score: 99

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Image via Google Maps



 

1. Fitler Square

Bike Score: 99

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Image via Google Maps


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