See the sights.
All of ‘em.
We dare you to bike it all
With thousands of miles of bike lanes throughout San Francisco, San Jose, and the East Bay, Bay Wheels is the best way to explore the area. But don’t just take our word for it—see below for some of our favorite rides.
See the Bay Area. Like, a whole bunch of it.
Wherever you need to go, there’s a bike waiting to get you there. Just check out the map below.
Get out and ride
Whatever you have planned for the day, there are bikes available to get you there and back. (And to a taco in between.)
Golden Gate Park (SF)
A no-brainer. Cruise along JFK Drive and you can get all the way to the ocean. You’ll see the Rose Garden, the bison paddy, and windmills along the route. Pack a picnic, why dontcha.
The Wiggle (SF)
When you’ve had enough park time, this well-marked route takes you through the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Just take a left, then a right, then a left. Then a right. And another left.
Guadalupe River Trail (San Jose)
Herons. Egrets. Hawks. Other bikers. The wildlife is out and about along this scenic trail. It’s 12.5 miles total. But you can peel off whenever you want.
Lake Merritt Loop (Oakland—East Bay)
Easy riding in the middle of a busy city. The Lake Merritt Loop is just under 3.5 miles, and is situated amidst some of Oakland’s best small businesses, restaurants, and green spaces.
Bay Trail (Oakland—Emeryville—Berkeley)
The Bay Trail is a 500-mile path encircling the Bay. We don’t suggest you do all of that on a Bay Wheels bike. But we’ve got stations along East Bay sections of it that make for some terrific rides—and terrific views.
Ohlone Greenway (Berkeley—East Bay)
A paved path that takes you through the heart of Berkeley and other areas of the East Bay. Plenty of opportunities to caffeinate. And plenty of places to end your ride and grab a beer.