Map of Bay Area Bicycle Trails

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Looking for a good bike ride this weekend? Whether biking for your commute to work or for recreation, it’s always smart to choose routes that place bicycle safety as a priority, either by forbidding vehicles or providing accessible bicycle lanes. With this in mind, we have created an interactive map of Bay Area bicycle trails, complete with information on ride length and landmarks you will see along the way.

Of course, even when certain roads place bicycle safety as a priority, the responsibility lies with the cyclist to share the road with vehicles and pedestrians, and to wear appropriate safety equipment. Each state has different bicycle safety laws. California, for example, prohibits cyclists from riding under the influence of alcohol, but does not require helmets for cyclists over the age of 17.

Check out our map of Bay Area bicycle trails (below), and let us know in the comments if we missed other great trails.


View Bay Area Bicycle Boulevards in a larger map

View Bay Area Bicycle Boulevards in a larger map

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2 thoughts on “Map of Bay Area Bicycle Trails

  1. Dawn Jacobson

    You really need to update your NorCal bike paths map, particularly in the area around Alameda and Bay Farm Islands. There are a couple lovely Class 1s right along the waterfront, including one that runs along Shoreline Dr. from Broadway to Crown Beach and Crab Cove on Alameda Island, and another that runs from Shoreline Park, around Bay Farm “Island” (a peninsula) and along Harbor Bay Parkway. Both paths are flat, well-maintained, and a pleasure to ride.

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    1. Scott

      Sorry, someone else originally created this map, and I’ve now changed it so it’s coming LIVE from on Google Maps now, rather than a static version here on the site… Is this one more accurate?

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