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Mobile Bike Map

Please note:
Hardcopies of the King County
Bike Map are no longer available
due to transportation budget cuts.

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Disclaimer: This map is intended to aid bicyclists in choosing routes between locations. This map is not in any way a warranty or guarantee as to the stability of roadway conditions or the fitness of listed routes for bicycling. Many of the routes identified on this map cross or run along public roads which are exposed to wear and tear and degradation due to weather, traffic, and other environmental concerns. Riders should remain alert as routes may contain pavement rutting, cracks, bumps, expansion joints, natural or other debris on pavement surfaces, and vegetation which may encroach on routes or portions thereof. Riders should also remain alert for areas of visual impairment and other irregularities that may impact rider and motorist ability to see each other or potential road hazards. The chance that one may come into an area of visual impairment or a route irregularity warrants special care on the part of route users.

Government resources limit the capacity to address conditions and irregularities like those described above. Accordingly, route users should maintain a vigilant lookout for these conditions and irregularities. Route users should always ride with care for their own safety and that of other users. King County does not assume liability for bicyclists travelling upon routes shown in this map. Safe route selection includes consideration of motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic and roadway or route conditions.
CONTACT INFO: Have a question about the King County Bike Map or bicycling resources? E-mail us or call 206-477-3623.

Information from the Road Services Division's website is available to people with disabilities in alternate formats upon request by calling 206-477-3839 or 711 for the TTY relay service.

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Bike Map

  • Use King County’s Bike Map to cycle your way across the county!
  • Find bike routes on surfaces you’re comfortable riding on, from streets to trails.
  • Locate transit facilities, rail stations, ferries, airports, and more.
  • Find facilities on trails and points of interest along your ride, including trail parking, public restrooms, bike shops, colleges, farmers markets, landmarks, libraries and shopping centers.
  • The Bike Map can now be accessed on mobile devices - give it a try.
  • Pan and zoom around the map to your heart’s content - just be sure you get outside and ride!
  • Have thoughts on how the Bike Map can be improved? Please share them with us!
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Disclaimer: This map is intended to aid bicyclists in choosing routes between locations. This map is not in any way a warranty or guarantee as to the stability of roadway conditions or the fitness of listed routes for bicycling. Many of the routes identified on this map cross or run along public roads which are exposed to wear and tear and degradation due to weather, traffic, and other environmental concerns. Riders should remain alert as routes may contain pavement rutting, cracks, bumps, expansion joints, natural or other debris on pavement surfaces, and vegetation which may encroach on routes or portions thereof. Riders should also remain alert for areas of visual impairment and other irregularities that may impact rider and motorist ability to see each other or potential road hazards. The chance that one may come into an area of visual impairment or a route irregularity warrants special care on the part of route users.

Government resources limit the capacity to address conditions and irregularities like those described above. Accordingly, route users should maintain a vigilant lookout for these conditions and irregularities. Route users should always ride with care for their own safety and that of other users. King County does not assume liability for bicyclists travelling upon routes shown in this map. Safe route selection includes consideration of motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic and roadway or route conditions.