U.S. Bicycle Route System

We're building the largest official cycling route network in the world.

The U.S. Bicycle Route System is a developing national network of bicycle routes, which will link urban, suburban, and rural areas using a variety of appropriate cycling facilities. 

To date, 5,973 miles of U.S. Bike Routes have been established in 12 states: Alaska, Kentucky, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Presently, more than 40 states are working to create U.S. Bicycle Routes.


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Read the USBRS 101 page and check out the Getting it Done: Status Report (PDF) to get the basics.

Follow the Building the U.S. Bicycle Route System on the Adventure Cycling blog to stay up to date on developments.

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