The 2010 Wisconsin State Bike Map is a set of eight (8) maps published
and distributed through the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin with
information provided by WisDOT. This
map classifies state and county roads through out the state in terms
of bicycling conditions. It also identifies bicycle trails
and mountain bike facilities, and provides contacts for local
bicycle route information. Town roads are not rated for their
bicycling conditions but are identified with their road names and
Wisconsin county bike maps
WisDOT also has downloadable bike
maps for each of Wisconsin's 72
counties. These county maps come from the 2010 Wisconsin State
Bike Map. Each county map highlights the most favorable bicycling conditions
while presenting the full continuum of roadways - from narrow town roads to US
Highways. This approach enables cyclists of all abilities to select their own routes to
meet their individual transportation and recreational needs.
Local bicycle maps
The old version of the State Bike Map included local map and
route information. Information about local
bicycle maps and routes is now available on this WisDOT Web
site. Some of the bike maps created by Wisconsin counties and
communities can be downloaded while contact information is provided
Great River Road Bicycle Map
The Great River Road Bicycle Map(July
2012) depicts conditions for bicycling on the
Great River Road and nearby roadways. Touring cyclists can ride the entire Wisconsin segment or choose smaller segments that are better suited to their experience level.
Other Wisconsin bicycle maps/guides
The Department of Tourism offers the Wisconsin Biking
detailed guide showing bike touring trails, on-road routes and mountain bike trail systems. The guide is free
from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism and can be either
downloaded as a PDF, or requested to be sent to you by
The Department of Tourism also provides information about
bike trails and bike routes on their Web site. The most complete offering of the state's touring trails, including nearly every rail-trail, is available. Select maps of on-road loops and mountain biking single track trails are also provided.
All external hyperlinks are provided for your information and for the benefit of the general public.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation does not testify to, sponsor or endorse the accuracy of the information provided on externally linked pages.
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Last modified: March 20, 2013