Tallahassee is home to an extensive off-road trail system. Not only are our trails very high quality but they are easily accessible throughout the city. We are unique in that you can get on your bike and ride to the trail – not get in our car, drive for an hour and then ride the trail. Capital City Cyclists would like to say a special thanks to the city, county, and state park systems as well as the Tallahassee Mountain Bike Association (TMBA) who tirelessly build, maintain, and promote our amazing trails.
Ride with GPS Maps
We are moving all our route maps to our Ride with GPS Club Account. You can view, print and download maps and cue sheets there.
The Ride with GPS Club Account will allow members to:
- View and print route maps and cue sheets
- Download GPS tracks of routes
- Use Ride with GPS mobile App for Turn by Turn Directions
- View the club Ride Calendar
Read more about the club account here: http://ridewithgps.com/help/club-member-benefits.
You must join to access the routes. The service is free for you to use.
Scan the QR code below on your smart phone to view an interactive GIS map of trails in the city or click on the following link: http://www.talgov.com/gis/trails/trails.aspx
Printable Trail Maps
The following links provide downloadable and printable maps to area off-road trails.
Maclay Overstreet Trails and Silk Road Singletrack
RedBug Trail at Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park (update coming soon…)