Miami Valley Bikeways
Ohio’s Miami Valley region provides over 250 miles of paved, multi-use recreational trails. Stretching across county lines, these trails connect schools, parks, historic landmarks and area attractions. Path users travel through meadows, scenic countryside, forested areas and city centers. Our great system of trails enhances both the wellness and quality of life of Miami Valley residents and visitors.
All trails are free and open to the public every day of the year, from dawn till dusk. The interconnected trail network stretches from Miami County in the north, down to Warren County in the south. From the west in Montgomery County, the trails move east through Greene County, into Clark County.
Future plans include continued expansion of the trails and connections between existing trails.
We hope you find this information useful when planning your next outdoor adventure—whether running, biking, skating or walking through the Miami Valley area.
View / Download Miami Valley Bikeways Map (3.4 MB file)
Safe Cycling Tips
MVRPC published brochures to help encourage the safe use of bicycles for Active Transportation. Getting Started Using Your Bicycle as Basic Transportation gives pointers on how to get comfortable with using a bicycle in place of a car for some trips. The Bicycle Equipment Checklist lists equipment recommended for the safe operation of your bicycle. Cycling Safely, Predictably and Visibly gives information how to follow the rules of the road and ride in a manner that increases your safety. Also check our Safe Biking PSA videos for more tips.