A listing of Ohio's bikeways and trails. View information about the length and surface of each trail, plus a description and listing of local attractions.
Whether you are a seasoned enthusiast or just getting started, trail safety should be your top priority – courtesy and respect make for a positive experience for everyone. Here are some tips for the next time you ride.
TRAIL SAFETY TIPS
- As you prepare to take to the trails, check your equipment and safety gear. Make sure your bike and helmet are in good working condition and appropriate for the type of trail you are riding.
- Once you start riding; there are locations where trails cross streets with motor traffic. Stop, look and listen before proceeding across the road!
- Pass others on the left. Just like on the road, faster trail users should pass on the left. Give an audible warning with a bell, or call out "Passing on your left!"
- Warn slower moving traffic that you are passing. Sound your bell or say loudly before you get to the other traffic "On Your Left". The speeds of a bike make it possible to startle other trail users, so don't wait to give your warning until you are right next to the walker or runner