Tom Babin crowdsourced a table of average Bike Score ratings for Calgary's neighborhoods yesterday and has a ranking of neighborhoods by bike score up on the Herald's Pedal Blog today. (Scroll down all the way for comments.) The results are interesting. The Bike Score of an address takes into account proximity to destination/amenities like grocery stores and restaurants and connections, bike infrastructure (lanes and paths), topography (hills), and cycling mode share (although it's not clear if that is also taken into account in the Canadian data). This is, I think, a sound methodology, but it looks like the scores returned are more an indication of how bikeable a neighborhood could be (if drivers slowed down and respected cyclists, our "bikeways" actually had lines and signs and traffic calming, our grocery stores actually had bike parking, etc.). The top two spots are taken by Hillhurst and Mission with an average ranking of 100 (perfect score, "biker's paradise"). The average for the entire city is a 74.5 -- which would put Calgary in the #2 spot in the US, right behind Minneapolis and ahead of Portland! So: take this with a grain of salt. The article includes a poll for how bikeable you think your neighborhood is.