You can find on this page the Phoenix bike map to print and to download in PDF. The Phoenix bicycle map presents the bike routes and lanes of Phoenix in Arizona - USA.
Bike transportation is a mode that 0.89% of Phoenix commuters utilize, down from 1.12% a decade ago (see Phoenix bike map). The Maricopa Association of Governments has a bike advisory committee working to improve conditions for bicycling on city streets and off-road paths.

Phoenix bike lane map

Map of Phoenix bike lanes

The Phoenix bike lane map shows all the bike routes of Phoenix. This bicycles lanes map of Phoenix will allow you to easily plan your routes with a bike in Phoenix in Arizona - USA. The Phoenix bike lanes map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Phoenix opened the Grid Bike Share, also known as "GR: D," Tuesday morning at Orpheum Theater, launching Arizona first ever city-shared bike system, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said. Residents and visitors now have access to more than 100 lime-green bikes at 27 bike racks that are scattered through the city urban core. Phoenix is following in the footsteps of cities across the world that have started bike-share programs in recent years. According to Gates, his next goal is to expand the transit system into his district, which stretches from Northern Avenue to beyond Bell Road and from Interstate 17 to 56th Street. Today, the Phoenix area offers more than 700 miles of bike infrastructure, with close to 600 miles of bike lanes and routes and more than 100 miles of off-street trails and paths as its shown in Phoenix bike lane map. It is now one of the top communities for bicycling in the country.

There are several membership plans. Pay-as-you-go is $0.12 per minute. A $15 monthly plan allows for an hour of daily riding as its mentioned in Phoenix bike lane map. A $20 monthly plan includes 90 minutes of daily riding. And a six-month student plan is $25 for an hour a day. (Grid also works with Phoenix Choice Neighborhoods to offer reduced memberships for low-income residents). Grid techs are in the field daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. to tend to the hubs, clean the bikes and stations, and perform basic maintenance like checking tire pressure, testing brakes, replacing batteries, and more. Each bike is brought to Grid shop for full service every 30 days. Through the app, LimeBikes cost $1 per ride. If you are a student, you can rent for 50 cents per 30 minutes — provided you have a valid ".edu" email address. For $29.95 a month, nonstudents get 100 rides. Students get the same amount of rides for $14.95 monthly (again, you need a valid “.edu” email).

Just 10 minutes from downtown Phoenix Papago Park features world-class natural attractions as well as the Phoenix Zoo and the Desert Botanical Garden. Several trails wind through the park ranging from paved trails to loose rocks perfect for mountain biking. The two easiest loops are roughly 3 miles each and have little to no elevation change. One of the longest multi-use trails in Maricopa County the Arizona Canal Path is almost 70 miles from end to end as you can see in Phoenix bike lane map. Much of the path is paved, although some portions are packed gravel. Dreamy Draw Bikeway, this paved trail runs for 2.1 miles and passes through the Dreamy Draw Recreation Area providing access to plenty of hiking trails as well. The bikeway begins in a residential area along N 32nd St. The Indian Bend Wash trail runs along the banks of the Indian Bend Wash between Scottsdale and Tempe. The paved trail is just over 6 miles long and connects several parks and schools. Roughly mid-trail is the Eldorado Park which is 60-acres and offers a swimming pool, fishing lake, skate park, playgrounds, and many more activities for families.