Bike Tallahassee - Making it easier to ride your city

Bike Tallahassee’s mission is simple: to make bicycling an easy, safe, and fun way to get around for anyone in our community. 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. Share your adventures and follow the fun on social media using #BikeTLH

Love to Ride Tallahassee

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Love to Ride Tallahassee aims to show more people just how easy and enjoyable cycling can be. It’s completely free for you and your organization to take part. This is a fun, social competition for all - no spandex required!

You can cycle anywhere you like, anytime you like from November 1-30. You only need to ride for 10 minutes to participate, which is just enough time to bring a big smile to your face after rediscovering how easy and fun riding a bike can be. It’s quick to register online, just visit

Downtown-University Protected Bicycle Lane Network – Phase 1

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Phase 1 of the Downtown-University Protected Bicycle Lane network is currently under construction. With the repaving of West Pensacola Street between Macomb Street and Duval Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between All Saints Street and College Avenue, Tallahassee is installing the community’s first protected bike lanes and other bicycling improvements to create a network of bicycle facilities to connect Downtown, Cascade Park, Florida State University (FSU), Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), and the Stadium Trail. Read more about the Downtown-University Protected Bicycle Lane Network.

Community Calendar

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

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News and Updates

National Bike Challenge Summary

Tallahassee/Leon County was well represented in the 2015 National Bike Challenge. Between We had a total of 188 local riders register with the National Bike Challenge. Their total impact was calculated at:
  • 103,134 miles ridden (14% transportation and 86% recreation)
  • 5,590,593 calories burned
  • $8,407 saved
  • 13,392 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 these positive impacts.

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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