New Orleans

Where to Ride


Illustration of a black and yellow bike with a fleur de lis on the front basket

Greater New Orleans has some spectacular places to ride a bike including the lakefront, Lafitte Greenway, Crescent, City Park, the Mississippi River Trail, and the Bonnet Carre Spillway. The City of New Orleans is continuing to expand their connected, protected bikeway network, offering even more biking options for new and existing riders. To find the most up to date map of the New Orleans bicycle network view the City's interactive map

Want something closer to home? Consider what's right out your front door! Often small residential streets offer low traffic speeds and limited motor vehicle traffic, making them great places to get in a short ride or to use as connections to get to a nearby destination. They're not always direct, but that's perfect - you'll have the roads to yourself!

Not sure where to ride? Ask us for suggestions!

The mix of facility types in the region affords excellent opportunities for all experience levels and trip types, whether you are commuting to work, running to the store,  or getting some exercise and fresh air.

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New Orleans All time stats

  • 298 Workplaces
  • 4,092 People
  • 866 New riders
  • 2,423,779 Miles
  • 229,797 Rides
  • 252,242 lb CO2
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