Thurston County Bicycle Map

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Ride your Bike!

The Thurston Region offers a variety of cycling experiences for club rides and racing, recreational trails, commuting, and the best mountain biking in the South Sound. Plan your next ride using the 2015 Thurston County Bicycle Map.

Get your Copy

Unfold our deluxe full-color lightweight paper map (no batteries required except in the dark), use the interactive map to have the computer help you plan your route (internet is essential), or download a mobile app map (use your smartphone GPS technology – no wireless signal necessary) and never get lost again!

Ride Carefully and Responsibly

TRPC and its partners work hard to display accurate information. The map shows trails, bike lanes, wide shoulders, and routes commonly used by cyclists. The map doesn’t show bad weather, traffic, road debris, and normal roadway wear and tear. Check out our safety tips to learn how to have a safer more enjoyable ride. If you see a hazard, report it. Check out our list of contacts to report problems. Learn and respect the rules of the road. Traffic laws are designed to keep all users safe. Whether biking, walking, or driving a car, everyone must obey signs, signals, and speed limits to live on to ride another day. Want to know more, please review the bike map’s disclaimer.
It’s all about Performance…

Performance isn’t just about speed, strength, and endurance. It’s about having fun and maximizing your cycling experience to serve your needs. Whether you’re ready to get fitted for a custom frame or you’re looking for a sweet brass bell to show off your Dutch step-through bike, professional mechanics and experts are ready to help. Find a bike shop on the map near you.

Get Involved

Cycling isn’t just a means to an end - for many it’s a lifestyle. Several clubs and organizations offer opportunities to get involved with advocacy, fitness rides, social rides, or trail stewardship.

Our Partners

The Thurston County Bicycle Map is produced and maintained by Thurston Regional Planning Council with support from the following partners:

City of Lacey, City of Olympia, City of Tumwater, City of Yelm, Intercity Transit, Olympia Safe Streets Campaign, Thurston County, and Thurston Here to There.