Bicycle & Walking Updates

Sign up for bicycle and walking updates from the Shasta Cascade Bicycle Coalition and Healthy Shasta. Updates will feature information about creating a more bikable/walkable community, trainings, opportunities to volunteer or get involved, as well as fun information about walking and biking in our community.


Bicycle & Walking Updates

Past Bicycle & Walking Updates are listed below.


Bicycling is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and be physically active! Our area offers a wide variety of trails - from flat paved rail trails to steep and rugged single track. Utilizing a bicycle for transportation saves money and is good for personal health and the health of the planet. Check out our maps and resources related to bicycles and get involved in creating a community that supports active transportation.

Plan Your Route with the Bike Redding Map

Most often a driving route is not the best biking route to work, school or to do errands. Use this map to find the best way to commute by bike in Redding. The map shows trails, short cuts, and routes indicating shoulders and traffic volume. Maps available at area bike shops or by calling 245-6583.

Bike commuting is an effective and inexpensive way to get to work or school. It's also fun and can reduce stress. Riding a bicycle keeps our air clean, saves money, gas, and wear and tear on your vehicle. Set a goal to ride to work or school a couple days a week.

Have questions about how to start commuting by bicycle? Visit to find answers to questions such as: What kind of bike works best for commuting? How should I equip my bike (including lighting)? What should I wear? How should I wash up at work?

Redding Mountain Biking Maps

The beautiful and diverse backcountry trails of Redding call for your exploration and discovery. On your mountain bike you can cover scenic foothills to river front vistas— from flat paved rail trails to steep and rugged single track. The Mountain Bike Maps offers Beginner, Intermediate, and/or Advanced Mountain Bike Trails options. These Mountain Bike Trails are brought to you by the Redding Mayor's Mountain Bike Challenge.

Shasta Cascade Bicycle Coalition (SCBC)

This group encourages bicycling for recreation and transportation and advocates for a safe and connecting system of bikeways on trails and streets. Activities include providing input to local jurisdictions on bicycle related issues, pulling together the voices of various types of bicyclists, and bike month activities such as the Bike Commute Challenge. For more information, to bring an issue to the group's attention, or to get involved, call 945-2176.

Biking Resources & Information

Local Annual Events


Shasta Lemurian Classic - Local mountain bike race for over 20 years. Race the trails in Whiskeytown with three ride options: Short Course (8 miles), Intermediate Course (20 miles) and Long Course (26 miles). Held the last Saturday in April.

Shasta Wheelmen Jamboree - An annual ride of mileage options of 100, 50, 25, or a 15 mile family friendly option. Sponsored by Shasta Wheelmen. Will be held Saturday, October 10, 2015.

Anderson River Park Century - Ride starts at Anderson River Park and meanders into the mountains to the east. Distances of 100, 60, 40 or 25 miles. Sponsored by Enterprise Lions Club. Held the 3rd Saturday in May.

Siskiyou Century - Scenic rural ride with 3 mileage options: Metric Half Century (37 miles), Metric Century (64 miles), and Century (100 miles). Held annually in September.

Ride on Race Series - A 10 race series held annually from October - March. Events test riders' ability and endurance and give riders a chance to hone their skills. Free kids race at each event. For more information, email

Local Bicycle Clubs

Redding Mountain Biking - Enjoy the outdoors, getting to know new people and having a blast riding with this group that plans weekend trips as well as local rides. Riders of all ages and fitness levels are welcome.

Shasta Wheelmen - Join this family-oriented cycling group for a ride! A variety of scheduled rides are offered every month and riders of all ages are welcome.

Other local recreation groups also offer bike rides and events. Visit our Recreation Opportunities page for more information.

Local Bicycle Transportation Plans

Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School encourages students to walk and bike to school through bicycle safety education, programs, incentives and changes to improve safety. More Information

Shasta Living Streets

Shasta Living Streets strives to ‘open streets to people and bring car-free space to our area.’ Scheduled events open the street to people to walk, bike, visit, and enjoy. See their website for more information and event dates and locations.

Benefits of Bikes

Check out the infographic below and learn more about the positive impact bikes can have on health and the environment.

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