Bicycle Maps

New York City Bike Map 2023

Cover of the free N Y C Bike Map 2023 featuring the Brooklyn Bridge. Cars travel in the two Manhattan-bound vehicular lanes, then a jersey barrier with a fence and cyclists riding in the two-way bicycle lanes. The elevated promenade is busy with pedestrians walking across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Download the NYC Bike Map 2023 (13 MB) Bicycle Route Layer on Open Data Portal (shapefile) Please note there may be a delay in updates to the Open Data files.

Request NYC Bike Maps or Bike Smart Guides

  • Looking for a copy of the NYC Bike Map? Visit a local NYC bicycle shop! Free copies are available at most shops, citywide, as well as at many libraries and community centers.
  • For fastest service for small requests (25 or fewer) of NYC Bike Maps or Bike Smart Guides, please call 311. For larger requests of the NYC Bike Map, please submit our order form online.
  • The NYC Bike Map is updated annually in the spring.

NYC Bike Map Archive

2022 Bike Map 2021 Bike Map 2020 Bike Map 2019 Bike Map 2018 Bike Map 2017 Bike Map 2016 Bike Map 2015 Bike Map

Cover of a bike ride guide feature an orange glow on top of a photo of a cyclist riding along a standard bike lane in NYC. Text overlay reads ”St. Mary's Park to Central Park (6 miles) NYC DOT Guided Ride Details”

Bike Rides

Self-Guided Bike Rides in NYC

Staten Island Harbor Coast Bike Tour – 5 to 12.9 miles Prospect Park to Brighton Beach Bike Tour – 9 miles NYC LGBT Historic Sites Bike Tour: Downtown Brooklyn – 5.0 miles Midtown Manhattan Bike Tour – 3.4 miles Three-Borough Bike Tour - 10.8 miles DOT Art Projects Self-Guided Bike Tour – 10.8 miles St. Mary's Park to Central Park Bike Tour – 6 miles Prospect Park to Shirley Chisholm Park Bike Tour – 6 miles Astoria to Jackson Heights Bike Tour – 7.02 miles South Bronx Community Garden Bike Tour – 3.7 miles Eastern Brooklyn Community Garden Bike Tour – 5.2 miles Harlem Community Garden Bike Tour – 2.6 miles

Maps of Greenways and Mountain Bike Trails

Find out more about the Department of Parks and Recreation's bicycling initiatives.

Building the Bike Network

Find out more about the NYC DOT's current bike route projects.