King County encourages cycling through a variety of programs and initiatives that support connections between transportation modes, equitable access to parks and open spaces, and improved public health.
While King County Road Services does not produce a bike map, the following agencies and organizations provide maps and other resources for biking in King County.
- King County Regional Trail System – Bike maps and information on more than 175 miles of trails for recreation, non-motorized mobility, and commuting
- King County Metro – Information on combining bikes and transit, plus other resources
- King County Public Health – Bike helmet regulations, fitting instructions, and low cost helmet resources
- King County Water Taxi – Information on taking bikes on the King County Water Taxi
- Cascade Bicycle Club - Bike maps in the Puget Sound region
- Washington Bikes – Bike maps across Washington
- City of Seattle - Bike maps and other resources
- Puget Sound Regional Council – Regional bike maps and planning information
- Washington Department of Transportation – Bike maps, regulations, plans, and more
- Commuting by bike (for King County employees)