How does Michigan rank in terms of bike friendliness?

Not well. According to a recent study by the League of American Bicyclists, Michigan ranks 18th out of 50 states, dropping four spots since 2014.
A number of factors went into calculating each state's bike friendliness, including the percentage of commuters cycling to work, whether or not a state has a complete streets policy (Michigan does), and the amount of dedicated state funding going towards cycling infrastructure.
Washington and Minnesota topped the list, while Kentucky and Alabama scored the lowest.
To learn more about the League of American Bicyclists' bike friendly state rankings, click here.