Have fun, get fit, save money, AND help the environment by biking for your commute!

How to get around
With bike lanes, bike boulevards, and an off-street trail network, Eugene/Springfield is a Gold level bike-friendly community. Maps of the system are available at local bike shops, online at  Eugene/Springfield Bike map, or Google Maps.
Don't have a bike? Check out Eugene's Bike Share!

PeaceHealth Rides: Eugene's bike share system offers a healthy, convenient, and fun way to explore your community! A network of 300 bicycles and 38 stations is available for users to pick up an drop off publicly available bicycles for one-way trips across the city. To get riding, download the app or visit our website to setup an account.

New to Biking for your commute?
Visit GEARS for education opportunites on how to be safe and confident while cycling in traffic. GEARS has a large selection of classes to fit your individual and family needs.
Cycle safety
  • Always wear a helmet.
  • Be predictable in your movements.
  • Wear reflective clothing and use lights at night.
  • Use appropriate hand signals.
  • Check your brakes before you ride.
  • Extra caution is needed around railroad crossings. Click for 6 tips!
Bike and bus
Ride your bike part way, and connect with a LTD Bus or EmX Service. Each vehicle is equipped to hold up to three bikes at no extra charge.
Cycling and your workplace
  • Request a safe place to park your bike at work.
  • Ask your employer about starting an employee benefits program that rewards employees for cycling to work.
  • Talk to your employer about locker room facilities.


Fun Fact

It takes 42 folding bikes to fill one parking space.


Phone apps

Lane Cycle App

Report BIke Lane Problem App