Walk Score expands 'bikeability' ratings to 25 US cities

Bike Scores now available in Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and Austin

Seattle-based real estate technology developer Walk Score — widely known as a provider of ratings for addresses based on their "walkability" and ease of commute — has expanded its Bike Score ratings to 25 U.S. and 11 Canadian cities today.

Bike Scores launched in May, providing "bikeability" ratings (a score above 70 out of 100 is considered good) based on bike lanes, road connectivity, hills, and concentration of bikers for any address in 20 large cities, 10 in the U.S. and 10 in Canada, including New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Toronto, Calgary and Montreal.