Bike Map

Bike With Confidence

Explore Arlington more and get to know the County’s network of trails, bike lanes, and bike routes with the 2021 Bike Map. You can bike almost anywhere in Arlington using the extensive bike trail network of 50+ miles of paved trails and 25+ miles of on-street bike lanes, depicted on our map.

Below you’ll find safety tips and resources to help you get the most out of your bike ride.



Bicycling can be combined with public transportation in Arlington to get you where you need to go. All Arlington Transit (ART) and Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) busses are outfitted with bike racks that allow you to conveniently store your bike while riding the bus.

Some Metro Stations also have bike lockers and/or covered bike parking, 24/7 video surveillance, and a Bike & Ride facility. To use these facilities, you must use a registered SmarTrip® card and complete the online registration form.

Bike and Ride

How To Put Your Bike on A Bus


Free parking is a major benefit of biking, but always lock up your bike when you are not riding it. Most bikes that are stolen were not securely locked in the first place. Be sure to secure both the frame and wheels with a lock. We recommend using a U-lock combined with a cable for enhanced security and register your bike with Arlington County Police Department.

Find a Rackspotter

Register Your Bike


Interested in biking but not sure how to get started? We’ve got plenty of tips and resources to guide you wherever you are in your bike journey.

Our bike classes are for all bike comfort levels and provide you with the knowledge and ability to feel prepared and safe whenever you’re on your bike.

Adult Education Classes

Problems on the Trails?

For trail maintenance or reporting an obstacle on an Arlington trails, use the report a problem tool, email, or call 703-228-6525.

For the W&OD Trail, contact Nova Parks at 703-729-0596.


Maps and Routes

Request a Bike Route

Community Events and Rides

Capital Bikeshare