The Indian Bend Wash Multi-use Path will be closed from April 19 through June 30, 2017 as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County performs work to mitigate erosion of the flood control structure along the path.
- Highline Canal Multi-Use Path Project
- Country Club Way Bicycle and Pedestrain Improvements Project
- Register your bike for free
- Recycle A Bicycle Program
In 2015, the League of American Bicyclists re-designated Tempe a Gold-Level Bicycle-Friendly Community Award winner. With almost four percent of Tempe residents biking to work, Tempe has one of the highest percentages of bicycle commuters in the country. Tempe uses the best methods for integrating bicycling and bicycle infrastructure into all levels of city planning. The city’s urban design plans include accommodations for bicycling in order to integrate bicycling as part of the culture of Tempe and to assist in the enhancement of a balanced transportation system. Because of the support from the Tempe City Council, Arizona State University, the community and non-profit organizations like the Tempe Bicycle Action Group, Tempe is one of the leading bike communities in the country. The League of American Bicyclists examined traffic engineering facilities and policies and bicycling promotion efforts of the communities. The organization also considered cities’ enforcement of traffic laws on motorists and cyclists, efforts to educate both groups on traffic safety and processes to plan for and evaluate policies and facilities for bicycling.
All multi-use paths in Tempe are ADA accessible.
Each April, Tempe holds bicycling events to celebrate biking in Tempe: The Tour de Tempe Community Bike Ride (first Sunday in April), Bike to Work Day (third Wednesday of April) and Bikes & Beer (third Thursday of April). These events showcase Tempe's 175 miles of bikeways and our Bicycle Friendly Community!