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 are either signed or are in the process of being signed.
USBR 8, 87, 95, 108, and 208 - no maps of these routes have been created.
Contact the Alaska DOT for more information.
USBR 21 connects Atlanta to Chattanooga with three spur routes - USBR 321, 521, and 621.
USBR 50 is shown on an interactive map.
USBR 23 has a map and cue sheets in both directions.
Photo by Chuck Haney