Bike Maps

Seattle Bike Map

One of SDOT's most popular publications, the Seattle Bike Map is now better than ever. The map presents information about cycling in Seattle in a clear, easy-to-use, and friendly format.

You can download the map or order a paper copy free of charge using the form below.

Seattle's bike map is updated annually to reflect progress made in building the 450-mile bikeway network recommended in the Seattle Bicycle Master Plan.

To receive a printed copy of this map, call Cascade Bicycle Club at (206) 522-3222, or use the form below.

You may prefer to plan your trip in advance by using our new interactive online bicycle map.

Let us know what you think about the new maps. Write to us at walkandbike@seattle.gov or call (206) 684-7583.

NOTICE TO BICYCLISTS:  This map and accompanying information is intended solely to assist bicyclists in selecting routes through the City of Seattle. In providing this information, the City does not assume liability for bicyclists who choose to travel upon any of the routes, trails or lanes shown on this map, nor does the City guarantee the stability, condition or fitness of any of the listed routes, trails or lanes for bicycling. Many of the routes, trails or lanes identified on this map cross and/or run on public roads that are exposed to daily wear and tear and degradation due to weather, motorized traffic and other environmental factors. As is true of any street, routes may contain pavement imperfections, including ruts, cracks, bumps, expansion joints, and debris. It is the responsibility of the individual rider to remain alert at all times as to the conditions of the road, pedestrian and other traffic on the road, and the inherent potential for conflict in any shared-use space. Route users should always ride with care for their own safety as well as the safety of all other users of the road or right-of-way.

Request A Printed Version of the Map

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Updated: 5/24/2017