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:


OBS Streak 2020


The OBS STREAK normally held in September will be a virtual event.
Find out more information about this event by visiting the event website.

Bike Week 2020


The League of American Bicyclists have announced that September 21 – 25 is Bike Week which was postponed from the normal May event.  Get out and ride your bicycle for fun, fitness or transportation.

Bicycle-Pedestrian Counts


Thursday, September 24 from 5-7 PM and Saturday, September 26 from 10 AM to 12 PM, the City of Edmond will be conducting manual bicycle- pedestrian counts at various locations around the community as part of the ACOG National Bike-Ped documentation project. If you are interested in volunteering to count, email Jan Fees.

Bike to Work Day 2020


Friday, September 25 is Bike to Work Day.  Gather at the Festival Marketplace at 7:30 AM  for a short bicycle ride starting at 7:45 AM  and socially distanced fellowship and refreshments after the ride as we promote and celebrate Bike to Work Day/Week.  Masks recommended. 

Smart Cycling Class:


Become a confident rider and improve your bicycle handling skills. Learn to ride safely and properly on roads, in traffic, and on multi-use trails. Class will consist of an online portion in advance of the class, classroom information, parking lot drills and a bicycle ride around Edmond on various types of bicycle facilities. Participants will also learn how to fix a flat tire. Class will be cancelled in the event of rain. There are no scheduled classes at this time. Please check back at a later date for more information on upcoming Smart Cycling Classes

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