Bicycling in Dayton

Dayton has the nation's largest network of paved trails--340+ miles!  Dayton is recognized as a Bronze Level Bike Friendly City! 

Cyclists can take off in the birthplace of flight with 30 miles of central-city trails connecting to a 340-plus mile network of paths that offers something for everyone from the beginning rider, the casual rider, and families, to competitive spirits and professionals. Bike-mounted National Park Service rangers lead riding tours of Dayton’s aviation history, including the Wright Brothers’ original bike shop. Bicycle trails in Ohio offer cycling experiences for anyone and everyone.
Bike Downtown
Downtown Dayton is a bike friendly urban area. With enhanced bike lanes on the city streets and a plethora of bike racks, you'll enjoy checking out the sights on two wheels. 
To make that easier, Dayton has launched a new program: Link DYT. Link DYT is a bike share program in the downtown area. It is easy to find - look for the BRIGHT green bicycles - and even easier to use. Link Dayton Bike Share will launch a new system in early summer 2020.  A new Link Dayton app will b available that users can download to check out bikes on the shared bike system

Riverscape BikeDYT