Bicycle Transportation Program

Bicycle Transportation Program


Many local organizations work to promote and enhance cycling in Cincinnati.

Bike Newport
The mission of Bike Newport is to advocate for bicycling, improve bicycling conditions, educate residents about bicycling safety and promote a progressive image of a bike-friendly city.

Cincinnati Cycle Club
The CCC has been in existence since the 1880's. They promote bicycling for recreation, health and friendship. They have members of all ages and abilities. Some are casual riders and some like to feel the breeze as they speed along city or country roads. Whether you are a newer or experienced rider, you'll find rides that fit your interests.

Cincinnati Parks Department
Cincinnati Parks has incorporated bike trails into several of their recent and future projects. The Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park is a sumptuous and award-winning display of sculpture and flora representing five continents and also featuring a riverside bike trail and walking paths. The Cincinnati Riverfront Park is the new 45-acre park set to rise along our city's historic riverfront. There will be 12 acres of lawn, walking and biking paths connected to the city's other parks east of downtown, and a bike center featuring shower facilities, bike repair, rentals, and storage.

The Cincinnati Off Road Alliance (CORA)
The Cincinnati Off Road Alliance (CORA) is a multiuse trail advocacy group started by and comprised mostly of mountain bikers all around the greater Cincinnati area. Since its inception in 1994, CORA has been closely involved with park management to open new local trails along with supplying resources, knowledge and labor to maintain existing trail systems. CORA coordinates trail work days at local trail systems and weekly group rides.

Every Metro bus is equipped with a front-mounted bike rack that's easy to use. Best of all, when you pay your fare, your bike rides free!

The MoBo Bicycle Cooperative is a non-profit volunteer-run cooperative dedicated to making cycling accessible and practical to everyone in the greater Cincinnati area. They build community by providing a welcoming and communal workspace, knowledgeable staff, and the tools and parts for cyclists of all ages and skill levels to repair, maintain and acquire bicycles. Members learn from and teach one another by sharing knowledge and experience. Mobo facilitates healthy and sustainable transportation through bicycle programs, events, and advocacy in our immediate community and beyond.

The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) is a council of local governments, business organizations and community groups committed to developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of the region. Bicycle program staff at OKI developed the Cincinnati Bike Route Guide.

Queen City Bike
Queen City Bike is a non-profit organization that promotes bicycling as a safe and healthy means of transportation and recreation in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Queen City Bike's all volunteer membership creates and implements a series of bicycling education and advocacy initiatives throughout the year.

All TANK buses are now equipped with bike racks for easy on-easy off bike loading. TANK's Bike & Ride program offers you another way to get around Northern Kentucky while getting some exercise and saving on high gas prices.