Per Wiki, "List of Car Free Places" mentions "bicycle" thirty-three times.
Your challenger for today (if you accept this assignment), to name each of 33 places.
"Town center is free of cars and bicycles"
"The city's bicycle paths are extensive and well-used."
"Shopping street Yliopistonkatu and large parts of the streets siding the Aura River are only for pedestrians and bicycles, service traffic allowed during low-traffic hours. Riversides connected with several pedestrian-only bridges and the free-of-charge pedestrian-only ferry Föri."
"In addition to cars, bicycles are banned."
"Sustainable urban design encourages people to travel by bike and train."
"Cars and bicycles are both banned (quad bikes are allowed, but only for maintenance)"
"Bicycles are permitted on ferries."
"Historic industrial district; red brick streets and architecture, bicycle parking, adjacent to Don Valley bicycle trail network through the city."
"Wilderness on a 5 km-long man-made peninsula area near downtown. Access by bicycle, pedestrian or boat."
"Section of the Park Driveway permanently converted to pedestrian use; remains accessible for emergency vehicles. The inside lane of another street in the park—the Park Roadway, which follows the shoreline of Charlottetown Harbour—is converted to a bicycle and roller blading path during the summer months."
"Extensive bicycle path network linking all points into a regional bicycle transportation system. Large areas of the city are "bicycle only"."
"Transit mall with pedestrian-only extensions. However, electric buses and police cars drive throughout the area at all times, alongside pedicabs and horse-drawn carriages. It is forbidden to ride ordinary bicycles along the mall except on Sundays, and bicycles parked on the mall are impounded by police after a few hours' notice."
"Parking will be located on the perimeter of the village. Access within the village core will be by walking, carts, and bicycles."
"Features sidewalks on either side and is lined by apartments, museums (with cafes), hotels, and the White River State Park. Opportunity to rent kayaks, Segways, bicycles, paddleboats, etc. Completely car-free."
"Resort island; bicycle and horse-and-buggy transport"
"Most of the island is accessible only by passenger ferries, or by foot or bicycle from the parking lot at the western end (which is reachable by a cars-only bridge); wagons used for transport. Residents can get car access permits for non-summer months. The community of Cherry Grove has boardwalk streets only five feet wide and is completely inaccessible to conventional motor vehicles. It may be the most populous truly car-free area in the USA."
"Cars and trucks are only allowed for specific purposes. Electric golf carts and minibuses are in limited use by park staff and contractors. Bicycles and human-powered quad vehicles are allowed and available for rent. Access is via ferry or private, human-powered boat."
"Pedestrianized main downtown shopping street, 4 car free blocks. Ebikes must be walked."
"6 block car free retail street connecting the university and the capitol. Traditional street & sidewalk layout; the street is used by buses, bicycles, police cars, taxicabs, and numerous delivery (motor) vehicles; pedestrians and the occasional delivery vehicle (parked) on the sidewalks."
"State park, ferry access from nearby Washington Island. No cars or bicycles allowed."
"Parts of Old Havana are car free. Large swaths of Central Havana are devoid of cars. The population, is not yet a car culture. The cars in use are mostly taxis taking multiple passengers. In Central Havana, cars generally stick to just a few thoroughfares. In other parts of Cuba, in many small towns, bicycles and pedicabs are the main source of transportation."
"Large car-free island off the coast of the state, part of Angra dos Reis municipality. Only allowed vehicles are bicycles, tractors and rentable jeeps."
"Until very recently (2004), most of the city saw very little cars on the street, and transport within the city basically consisted of the bicycle or by foot. This was because of the cities' urban planning (mostly boulevards planted on both sides with green trees or baobabs), yet presumably also because of the villager's low income. At present, more mechanized transport is seen on the streets such as motorcycles and small cars."
"All vehicles, including bicycles, are banned on the island, with some electric vehicles circulating for tourist transit and emergency services."
"No cars allowed on island, all transport is on foot, bicycle or the regular bus service."
"No cars allowed on island, all transport is on foot or bicycles. Most of island is national park."
"No cars allowed on island, all transport is on foot or bicycles. Park rangers are only permanent residents."
"A small number of resident permits, however most transport is on foot or bicycles."
"No private cars, some exemptions for Swanston Street. Bicycles not allowed on Bourke Street Mall."