Learn how to get around by bike
Colorado Springs is a sprawling and diverse city in many regards. With a footprint of 200 square miles, encompassing 5,688 Lane Miles of roadway, Colorado Springs bicycle facilities run the gamut, from bicycle boulevards to protected bike lanes. Colorado Springs also has 100+ miles of off street trails serving as a backbone to our bicycle network. These maps will help you plan the safest routes around our city and hopefully allow you to safely get more places by bike.
Google Bike Maps & Bike Directions
Google is one of the most commonly used mapping service and their bicycle directions are fairly well developed.
Click below for more information on using Google Map‘s biking features
BikeCOS is looking for a volunteer with GIS experience to help improve the information Google Maps is showing. For more information on what you can do to help with our mapping needs visit our Get Involved – Mapping page. To volunteer please fill out our volunteer form or EMail us for more information.
We have included a wide range of maps below that will help you navigate our city by bicycle.
City Mapping Resources
The neighborhood maps and the interactive city bike map have been created by the City of Colorado Springs to help people navigate our city by bike. Visit the city’s bike map page for more details
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