Knoxville Bicycle Map
This map is intended to assist residents and visitors in finding routes to shop, socialize, and go to work/school by bicycle. The “comfortable” designation is based on low-to-medium traffic speeds & volumes along with other criteria. This map also shows signed bike routes. While some portions of the routes aren’t ideal, they are judged to be the best available.
Remember that road conditions vary with time of day and day of the week. Increased traffic during rush hour may call for extra caution. The user of this map bears the full responsibility for his/her own safety.
If you would like a printed copy of the Knoxville Bicycle Map, please email Debbie Mitchell with your mailing address.
Includes signed routes, bike lanes, greenways, bike repair stands, bike shops, and bike racks that were installed via our grant program.
Knoxville Center City Routes
We all know that it can be hard to find a good way to get from Point A to Point B by bike. These bike routes have been chosen as the best ways to get to popular destinations around Knoxville. Conditions on roadways vary depending on time of day, day of the week and season.
- UT/Downtown to and from Knoxville Zoo
- UT/Downtown to and from Harvest Park and Knoxville Center
- UT/Downtown to Ijams Nature Center (with options for Gay Street or South Knoxville bridges)
- UT/Downtown to and from West Hills and Cedar Bluff Areas
- UT Connections to Bearden, Downtown and the Old City
We’d like your input! Send suggestions or comments on these routes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 215-2984.
Heat Map – Mobile App Data
The I Bike KNX app was used between 2015 and 2018 to track where people were riding bicycles in Knoxville. The app was discontinued in August 2018. The map of most-used routes that was created is still available here.
Blount County Bicycle Map
The Blount County bicycle map shows two popular bike routes that are used for recreation and exercise. The Tuckaleechee route runs from Heritage High School to Townsend, with great views along the way. The Louisville Point Park route starts at the park and rides through some beautiful rural scenery.
- Blount County Bicycle Map Side 1
- Blount County Bicycle Map Side 2
- Tuckaleechee cue sheet
- Louisville Point Park cue sheet
Users of these maps should be aware that potential hazards and obstructions may exist on the routes shown. The TPO is not responsible for the condition of any of the routes identified on these maps, nor for any injuries or damages occurring in connection with the use of these maps. The user of these maps bears the full responsibility for his or her safety.