Minneapolis ranks second amongst major U.S. cities people who ride their bikes to work.
When combined with walking the Star Tribune says that number jumps to 11 percent of the city's residents opted for one of the two nonmotorized options. The survey says that 6.9 percent chose to walk to work.
That is well over the national average, where figures show that 2.8 percent walked to work and 0.6 percent biked.
Portland, Oregon was first according to the survey.