2017 Omaha Metro Area Bike Map Available

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A new tool for bicyclists is available online and in print. The new 2017 edition of the Omaha Metropolitan Area Bike Map is now available! The Bike map has been distributed to multiple locations in the metropolitan area including several bike shops.

Bike Masters, Dundee Cycles, The Bike Union, Xtreme Wheels and Endless Trial Bike Shop, are just a few spots.  Below is a complete list.

Locations for 2017 Bicycle Maps
Site Address
Omaha Visitors Center 1001 Farnam St., Omaha, NE
Ferguson’s Bike Shop 2602 Leavenworth St., Omaha, NE
Greenstreet Cycles 2452 Harney St., Omaha, NE
Community Bicycle Shop 525 N. 33rd St., Omaha, NE
Olympia Cycle 4910 S. 135th St., Omaha, NE
The Bike Way 15115 Industrial Rd., Omaha, NE
Trek Bicycle Store 8410 S. 73rd Plaza, Papillion, NE
Olde Towne Cyclery 2227 Madison St., Bellevue, NE
Bike Masters 5265 N. 129th St., Omaha, NE
Bike Rack 14510 Eagle Run Dr., Omaha, NE
Scheels 17202 Davenport St., Omaha, NE
National Park Service 601 Riverfront Dr., Omaha, NE
Endless Trail 15 S. 23rd St., Council Bluffs, IA
True Wheel 120 W. Broadway, Council Bluffs, IA
Xtreme Wheels 33 S. Main St., Council Bluffs, IA
Ponderosa Cyclery + Tour 4011 Farnam St., Omaha
Olympia Cycle 1324 N. 40th St., Omaha, NE
Omaha Bicycle Company 6015 Maple St., Omaha, NE
Bike Pedlar 2723 N. 63rd St., Omaha, NE
Re-CYCLE Bike Shop 2701 Center St., Omaha, NE
Trek Bicycle Store 7214 Jones St., Omaha, NE
Bike Union Mentoring Project 1818 Dodge St., Omaha, NE

The Interactive Bike map makes navigating all trails and streets a breeze. You can also plan your trip online by visiting bikemap.mapacog.org This interactive bike map also includes information about the BikeOmaha system, Heartland B-cycle, and rider safety.

Bicycling is a great means of recreational activity, commuting, and leisure.  The interactive bike map is a tool designed to help you find routes to take throughout the city. Trails do not go everywhere and people use the street system for commuting, access to the trails, and recreational trips.