Promotion resources provides tools and information for promoting your established U.S. Bicycle Route. You'll find signing guides and examples in Signing, interactive maps and mapping tools in Mapping, examples of how to market bicycle tourism under Tourism and Marketing, and resources for promotional events and media in Media and Outreach.
Best Practice Phase II: An overview of how states are signing, mapping and promoting their U.S. Bicycle Routes.
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices: This manual is managed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the latest version was released in 2009. The black and white USBR sign is in the manual; however, a new green and white version was approved that states may use if they request interim approval from the FHWA.
U.S. Bicycle Route Guide Signing is a report that evaluates the signing needed for effective wayfinding and consistency on co-designated numbered and/or named bicycle routes, specifically U.S. Bicycle Routes. The final report provides recommendations for an effective method for integrating existing named and numbered routes and trails into a national route system.
Maps and Route Resources: We provide links to all maps, turn-by-turns, and other wayfinding resources for established USBRs on this page. If you have USBR maps that aren't shown on this page, please contact us.
More local communities and state tourism agencies/organizations are starting to promote bicycling as a part of their economic development strategies. See Promotion and Building Bicycle Tourism for more information.
Path Less Pedaled works with tourism, communities, businesses, and others to provide storytelling tools to inspire bicycle travel.
Ride Oregon Ride is a Travel Oregon website that promotes bicycle tourism and travel in Oregon.
Pedal Minnesota promotes bicycle tourism in Minnesota and is a collaboration between tourism, transportation, health, natural resources, bicycle advocacy, parks and trails, and the National Park Service.