The rankings were compiled using data in a range of criteria, as well as real-life cycling experience.
Luxembourg City ranks second only to Amsterdam for riding a bicycle, according to a report published Tuesday.
The "100 Best Cities in the World to Ride a Bicycle” was compiled by Dutch moving platform ScanMovers.com, which placed Amsterdam at the top of the rankings.
The report was created over a period of six weeks, using both real-life cycling experience, plus data based on government support for cycling, shared bikes and modal share, buzz on biking culture, as well as bike lane length.
According to the Eco-Counter Worldwide Cycling Index 2018, the grand duchy, along with Italy, had the best advancement of bike traffic between 2016-17, an increase of bike traffic of 10%. The national cycling network is made of over 20 tracks, more than 600km in total, with new lanes to come.
The platform stated:
"...there is a very strong political will in the city to make it even better for bikes. Luxembourg is further supported by having the longest bike lanes per square kilometer, the highest number of bike rental companies per 100k, and a very low cyclist fatality rate."