Bicycle Edmond

Welcome to the City's Bicycle Edmond website. This is the place to stay informed about the city's plan to make Edmond a more bicycle-friendly community. The Edmond Bicycle Committee was established in 2006 to review and provide recommendations to the City Council regarding bicycle safety, education and the utilization and creation of bicycle trails, lanes, paths and signage in Edmond. The Edmond Bicycle Committee meets the second Friday of each month at 7:30 AM in Room 104 of the Planning and Public Works Center. If you have an interest in bicycling, we would love to have you attend a meeting and participate in activities to improve the bicycle-friendliness of Edmond.

Upcoming Events:

The Edmond Bicycle Committee has several events coming up for the 2018 Bike Month Celebration! Join in on the fun!

Sunday, May 6 Edmond Family Bike Ride Partnered with the Oklahoma Flyers Awareness Event, 1 - 5 p.m., Edmond Park at Arcadia Lake 
Tuesday, May 6 Flat Tire Repair Clinic 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Flat Tire Burgers
Monday, May 14  City Council Proclamation for Bike Month 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 20 S. Littler
Thursday, May 17 Bicycle-Pedestrian Counting Project 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 18 Bike to Work Day Celebration 7:30 a.m. at the Festival Marketplace in Downtown Edmond
Saturday, May 19 Bicycle-Pedestrian Counting Project 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Saturday, May 19 Heard on Hurd / Family Group Bike Ride Downtown Edmond, HoH: 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Ride at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 20 Bike to Church Day  Everyone is encouraged to ride a bicycle to the church of your choice


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Update (Nov. 2016) on Spring Creek Trail Construction:

Transcript: “Spring Creek Trail Construction- This project includes a 3.2 mile trail that is 18’ wide that will run from the west side of I-35 to Spring Creek Park. It will accommodate pedestrians, jogging, and bicycle use. An approximate 300’ section of bad soils has been identified in the middle of the trail. As a result a stronger base is needed in this section and final pricing should be received soon. The contractor, Rudy Construction, has nearly completed the final subgrade work from the east end of the trail to this problem section. The soil problem, in addition to the earlier gas line issue and the wet spring, will mean the trail will not be completed this fall. However, the hope is still to get some asphalt installed before winter and a spring opening is now the target date. The plan is still to add an additional trail section to the gate entrance at Spring Creek Park, with funding provided by a grant and matching funds from the Parks Tax. The existing contract without the additional section is $3M, all coming from the 2000 Capital Improvements sales tax.”