Miami Valley Bikeways Map – The Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network!
Ohio’s Miami Valley region provides over 330 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.
We hope you find this information useful when planning your next outdoor adventure—whether running, biking, skating or walking through the Miami Valley area.
How to get your Bikeways Map
The 2014 Bikeways Map for the Miami Valley is now available. This award-winning map is only published every 3 years. Get yours now, there are several ways to get one in your hands.
Who’s got the 2014 Miami Valley Bike Map?
If you live, work or play in the Region, you can pick up a free map at a location near you.
Download the map
Download the 2014 Miami Valley Bikeways Map as a PDF document. View it on your computer or print for yourself.
View / Download Miami Valley Bikeways Map (8.9 MB file)
Coming for a visit? Order online from MVRPC
You can order a Miami Valley Bikeways Map online. MVRPC will ship a paper copy of the map directly to you. If you are interested in obtaining a map, please be advised of these guidelines:
- One map per person is available at no charge.
- Larger quantity requests are charged the very low printing cost, and filled only if quantities are available. To request more than one map, call 937.223.6323.
To request a map be sent to you, please fill out the form (all fields required), then click 'Submit'.
Click to order a Miami Valley Bikeways Map
Safe Cycling Tips
MVRPC has published a brochure to help encourage the safe use of bicycles for Active Transportation. “Drive Your Bike” gives pointers on how to get comfortable with using a bicycle in place of a car for some trips. The short booklet also includes a Bicycle Equipment Checklist of recommended items for the safe operation of your bicycle, and tips for cycling safely, predictably and visibly while following the rules of the road. Pick up a copy, or download one, and give it a read. And next time you have the time and the weather is right, why not “Drive Your Bike?”
Thanks to these sponsors who provide critical funding to print these maps, enabling the park districts, bike shops and local governments to provide the maps FREE-OF-CHARGE