Maps and Route Resources

Adventure Cycling provides a central information source for cyclists interested in riding U.S. Bicycle Routes but does not create U.S. Bicycle Route (USBR) maps. State transportation agencies or bicycle/trail advocacy groups create the USBR maps for the routes that pass through their state; however, the maps come in various formats and some have yet to be created. Below you can search by state to find the maps and other route resources such as cue sheets, interactive maps, and route guides that are available for each state.

The sign symbol    signifies routes that have been signed.

Alaska

USBR 8, 87, 95, 108, and 208 - no maps of these routes have been created.

Contact the Alaska DOT for more information.

Arizona

USBR 90 partially follows the Southern Tier.

Connecticut

USBR 7 follows the Western New England Greenway. The CT portion is shown on Map 1 and continues on Map 2

District of Columbia

USBR 50 follows the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath.

For information on bicycling in DC, visit the DDOT website.

Florida

USBR 1 partially follows the Atlantic Coast Route.

USBR 90 partially follows the Southern Tier.

Both routes are displayed on FDOT's interactive Bicycle Friendly Roads map

Georgia

USBR 21 connects Atlanta to Chattanooga with three spur routes - USBR 321, 521, and 621. 

Idaho

USBR 10 follows sections of the Northern Tier Route (under the 'Maps & Visitor Information' tab).

Illinois

USBR 76 follows the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail

USBR 36 and USBR 37 are shown on this google map

Indiana

USBR 35, USBR 36, and USBR 50 are shown on interactive maps with turn-by-turn directions.

Print maps and directions for all of the routes are also available on the Indiana DOT's website and by purchase from Slow Foot Movement.  Additional information and resources for USBR 35 are provided on www.indianausbr35.com.

Kansas

USBR 76 mostly follows the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail. 

Kentucky

Maine

USBR 1 - on the MDOT website you will find a map book with detailed information about the route. This route also partly follows the Atlantic Coast Route and the East Coast Greenway.

Maryland

USBR 11 maps are available as a PDF.

USBR 50 follows the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath.

For more information on bicycling in Maryland, visit the Cycle Maryland interactive map.

Massachusetts

USBR 1 is being designated in segments and will follow parts of the East Coast Greenway and Atlantic Coast Route when it is complete. 

USBR 7 follows the Western New England Greenway. The MA portion is shown on Map 2 and continues on Map 3

Michigan

 

USBR 20 partially follows the Lake Erie Connector

USBR 35 partially follows the North Lakes Route

USBR 10 partially follows the North Lakes Route.  

The MDOT website has downloadable maps and cue sheets in both directions. 

Minnesota

USBR 45 follows and is signed as the Mississippi River Trail.

USBR 41 is also called the North Star Route and connects to USBR 45. 

Missouri

New Hampshire

USBR 1 follows and is signed as the East Coast Greenway.

For more information on bicycling in New Hampshire visit the NHDOT website.

North Carolina

USBR 1 partially follows the Atlantic Coast Route and the East Coast Greenway.

For a list of other North Carolina state bike maps visit the NDOT website

Ohio

USBR 50 is shown on an interactive map. 

Pennsylvania

USBR 50 follows the Great Allegheny Passage, Montour Trail, and other routing in these turn-by-turns directions

Tennessee

USBR 23 has a map and cue sheets in both directions. 

Utah

 

USBR 70 & 79 generally follows Adventure Cycling's Western Express route. Find Google Maps and a description of the route on Visit Utah's website. 

Vermont

USBR 7 follows the Western New England Greenway: see Map 3, Map 4, Map 5, and Map 6, which also provide turn-by-turn directions.

Virginia

 

USBR 1 follows the Atlantic Coast Route.  

USBR 76 follows the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail. USBR 176 is a spur that connects 76 and 1.  

Washington

USBR 10 is shown on a Google map. You can also read about the route via the Washington Bikes tour which took place in 2014.