Puget Sound Biking

The Puget Sound region is a bicycling mecca, there is no shortage of trails, paved or dirt, to ride and explore. See the links below for more information on paved trails, biking (and walking) the Queen Anne neighborhood, mountain bike trails in the region, and cool places to ride that are a little farther away.

Seattle Route Information:

Bike trails in Seattle

A (nearly) complete guide to the paved trails in the area. Includes maps, photos, and upcoming changes.

There are a few 'preferred' routes for those that climb Queen Anne hill frequently, get more information here.

Mountain bike trails near Seattle

A work-in-progress, this a collection of mountain bike trails I've ridden in the area, again with maps and photos where available. New routes added as they are ridden.

Extended bike trips in the Pacific Northwest

Seattle Biking Resources:

Cascade Bicycle Club is the largest bicycle club in the United States. I enjoy both their organized rides and bicycle advocacy. Click their logo to be directed to their home page.

bikewise is a service provided by the Club, a site for reporting and learning about cycling hazards. Click their logo to see the latest information.
Seattle Bicycle Master Plan - Seattle city government's long-term vision for bicycling in the region

Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board
- a good way to keep on top of the latest developments in Seattle biking, meetings are held the first Weds of the month; you can view meeting minutes, upcoming agendas, issue papers, and a variety of interesting bicycling information.

Biking and Public Transportation

If you want to combine a bike and bus ride, but are a little intimidated by the racks, fear not. This page from SDOT has a bunch of information on loading your bike on Seattle buses