I BIKE KNX promotes bicycling as part of the overall transportation system. We are housed within the Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization and work to implement the 2009 Regional Bicycle Plan.

OUR VISION

A convenient, efficient transportation system where people can bike safely to all places.

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REGIONAL BIKE FACILITIES MAP

Use this map to learn about facilities across East Tennessee. The map includes information on:

  • Bike lanes
  • Signed bicycling routes
  • Greenways and other multiuse trails
  • NEW Bicycle repair stations and bike shops

Explore the map!

Take the Pledge!

Whatever your reason for biking and whatever kind of bike you ride, we all share two wheels. We also share the road, which means we should obey traffic laws, be predictable and communicate our intentions. Take the I Bike KNX Safe Biking Pledge here and be eligible for discounts at participating businesses, along with lots of specials during Bike Month each year.

News from I BIKE KNX

Knoxville on “Best Bike Cities in America” List

Knoxville is ranked #49 on the "Best Bike Cities in America" list! The City of Knoxville currently has about 17 total miles of bicycle lanes, which is more than triple what it was in 2012. That progress is continuing, with 2.4 additional miles scheduled for completion before the end of this year.

Moving forward with comprehensive plans outlined in the City's 2015 Bicycle Facilities Plan and the 2016 Greenways Feasibility Study will allow Knoxville to continue to provide a good experience for urban bicyclists. And hopefully the city will continue to rise on this list!

Read more and find out how other cities ranked!

Tour de Lights

celebrates 12th year!

More than 1,000 people participate in this fun, free 5-mile bike parade through downtown, 4th & Gill and Old North Knoxville. Many spectators watch along the route. Participants decorate their bikes and themselves to try to win one of the coveted awards. More details on our website

The TPO bids farewell to Kelley Segars

Kelley has spearheaded many significant initiatives in her 17 years with the TPO. She established and continued to expand I Bike KNX, the regional bicycle program, and the Smart Trips program. During her tenure with us, she has served as section director of the Tennessee chapter of American Planning Association, and coordinated a joint conference of the TN chapters of the APA, Institute of Transportation Engineers, and American Society of Landscape Architects. She also played a significant role in expanding the outreach and community engagement of the TPO, including for the most recent Mobility Plan.

 

Please join us in wishing her well. You can see her farewell message here.

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