Bike Tallahassee - Making it easier to ride your city

Bike Tallahassee’s mission is simple: to make biking an easy, safe, and fun way to get around for anyone in Tallahassee. The City of Tallahassee and Leon County are committed to creating a community where bicycling is encouraged and everyone feels comfortable riding. If you are new to cycling around town or never visited our community, we hope Bike Tallahassee will make it easy to plan your trip and visit some of the wonderful destinations throughout Leon County. If this isn’t your first two-wheeled trip, we hope the bikes routes and local resources will help you discover new places to ride in Tallahassee.

Bike Month Successes

Bike Month 2015 was a huge success for Tallahassee/Leon County. We had 179 riders register with the National Bike Challenge. In the month of May, these 179 riders had a total impact of:

  • 20,174 miles ridden (19% transportation and 81% recreation)
  • 1,093,591 calories burned
  • $1,982 saved
  • 3,262 pounds of Carbon dioxide saved

Because not everyone who rides a bike participates in the National Bike Challenge, the total impact of cycling in our community is actually much larger. Let’s continue the positive impacts. The National Bike Challenge continues through the month of September.

Want to start participating in the National Bike Challenge, but not sure where to start?

Trailahassee can assist you with finding the perfect trail based on the type of surface (paved or unpaved) you want and your skill level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced). The Bike Tallahassee Bicycle Routes Map identified on-street routes and information on level of riding comfort on major roads in our community.

Share your adventures and follow the fun on social media using #BikeTLH

Check the Bike Tallahassee Community Calendar for other local bicycling-related events.

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News and Updates

National Bike Challenge

You can also participate in the National Bike Challenge by visiting The National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event designed to encourage you to challenge yourself, colleagues, and the greater community to ride more. Users compete on a local, state and national level. The challenge goes from May to September.

New bikes racks installed on Gaines Street.

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Download the Tallahassee and Leon County Apps for reporting bicycle-related problems.

Broken glass in the bike lanes? Trash on the trail? Tree limb blocking the bike box? Let us know how we can help by using our apps to report problems.

Download City of Tallahassee's DigiTally Here
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Download Leon County's Citizen Connect Here

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