Copenhagenize Index (world's best cycling cities)

The Copenhagenize Index is a list, created by a Copenhagen group, of the world's best cycling cities. 120 cities are judged by the role that cycling has in city transportation and the extent to which cycling is provided for, on a scale from 0 to 100. Which 20 cities came on top in the last list (2019)?
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Last updated: June 27, 2019
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Place
Answer
1.
Copenhagen
2.
Amsterdam
3.
Utrecht
4.
Antwerp
5.
Strasbourg
6.
Bordeaux
7.
Oslo
8.
Paris
9.
Vienna
10.
Helsinki
Place
Answer
11.
Bremen
12.
Bogotá
13.
Barcelona
14.
Ljubljana
15.
Berlin
16.
Tokyo
17.
Taipei
18/19.
Vancouver
18/19.
Montréal
20.
Hamburg
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Level 54
Jun 11, 2015
Updated from the 2013 version to the 2015 version of the list. Tokyo, Munich, Nagoya, Rio de Janeiro and Budapest dropped out of the list; Strasbourg, Ljubljana, Buenos Aires, Vienna and Minneapolis came in. Also Copenhagen and Amsterdam switched places at the top.
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Level 54
Jun 14, 2017
Now using the 2017 version. Eindhoven (which I assume was taken out of consideration, I can't imagine it dropping out of top 20 otherwise), Buenos Aires, Dublin an Minneapolis are out; Tokyo, Munich, Helsinki and Oslo are in.
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Level 77
Aug 29, 2018
The difficult part about this quiz is guessing which 120 cities have been judged in the first place.
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Level 54
Jun 27, 2019
Updated for the 2019 version. Out: Malmö (I presume dropped out of the set of cities looked at), Seville, Munich, Nantes. In: Bremen, Bogotá, Taipei, Vancouver
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Level 80
Jun 27, 2019
After seeing the clip at https://youtu.be/V3nMnr8ZirI (YouTube of Portlandia), I'm surprised that Portland didn't make the list. :-)
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Level 55
Jul 3, 2020
The only reason that this list is not dominated by Dutch cities is the minimum population constrained of the test