Bicycling is a fun, economical, healthy, and efficient way to travel around your community. Your region has some incredible facilities and resources to help you work biking into your regular routine. Whether you're looking to mountain bike at Capitol Forest, or take a leisurely family ride on the Chehalis Western Trail, Thurston County has a trail to fit your need!

Local Bicycle Maps

If you have ever thought, "I would ride more if there was some sort of map," you're in luck! There are a number of local maps you can check out to plan your next great adventure. 

Our Thurston County Bike Map is an excellent resource for local riding, as it shows bike lanes, roads with wide shoulders, and local streets cyclists commonly use, as well as regional multi-use paths.

Other Regional Bicycle Maps include:

Traffic Laws & Safety

The safety of bicycle riders is a responsibility shared by both cyclists and motorists. When cyclists follow traffic laws they travel in a predictable fashion, communicating their intentions to other road users. Read More about safety, laws and biking tips on our Thurston County Bike Map Safety page.


Cycling Resources

The Evergreen State College (TESC) Bike Page will help you find out about facilities available at the college.

Washington State Bicycle Commuter Guide is an excellent resource about commuting by bicycle.

Need some inspiration to start commuting by bike? Try entering the Thurston County Bicycle Commuter Challenge. Join with family, friends, or coworkers to form your own team and compete for prizes and bragging rights.

Urban Cycling Guide explains bicycle safety and the laws that pertain to cyclists.