A 38-mile Network
It has never been easier and more safe to ride a bicycle throughout Omaha, thanks to the Bike Omaha Network.
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Wayfinding Map

This network combines shared streets, bike lanes, and pathways to connect the metropolitan trail system to downtown Omaha and other important destinations across the city.
Along streets in the neighborhoods throughout the City of Omaha, the Bike Omaha Network is marked by easy-to-use wayfinding signs. The robust network features more than 600 individual sign panels at over 400 locations around the city. The network enhances navigation and safety while promoting travel by bicycle throughout Omaha.
Safety first!
Make sure to wear a helmet, and that your helmet fits firmly on your head. Follow the rules of the road, and be visible when riding at night. Your safety is of the utmost importance on the road.
Learn About Smart Cycling

May is National Bike Month

Celebrate National Bike Month all throughout May!  National Bike and Walk to School week is the first week of the month, and National Bike to Work Week is the second week.

Convenient Bicycling in Omaha

Heartland B-Cycle is the first large-scale municipal bike sharing system in the Omaha metro area. There are 70 stations, many of which are conveniently located along the Bike Omaha Network. It’s easy to use! Just purchase your membership online or at any B-station. Choose a bike from any B-station and go! Return your bike to any B-station.

Omaha Metro Bike & Ride

All Metro full-size buses have bicycle racks – and bicycles ride free! It’s easy to load and unload your bicycle onto the racks. Metro bus racks accommodate the wheel size of 16 inches or larger. Only non-motorized, two-wheel bikes are allowed. For more information on Bike & Ride and for schedules and maps of all Metro bus routes, click below.

Wayfinding Signs
Years in the Making

More than 12 years in the making,

the Bike Omaha Network is made available thanks to these partners:

We would also like to thank:

Bike Walk Nebraska, Douglas County Health Department, Heartland B-Cycle, Mode Shift Omaha, Omaha Bikes, Omaha Metro, Papio Missouri River NRD, and studioINSITE

This work was made possible with funding from local philanthropists including Peter Kiewit Foundation and the Sherwood Foundation.