The streets of Seaside, Florida were made for biking! I mean, they actually were. When this small town was built in the 1980s, it was planned as a sort of walkable and bike-able utopia where people could live car-free and telecommute to work.
It's ironic that a radical way of designing a suburb is what now makes Seaside such a desirable vacation destination. (That and the beautiful buildings.) The quaint charm of being able to walk or bike everywhere you need to go. Hopefully a week or two spent here will inspire visitors to try to make their hometowns a little more bike friendly?