Bike Maps

Community Bike Map in PDF

Download the Community Bike Map

Interactive Bike Map

Interactive Bike Map

Bike Facilities

The City of Manhattan has 586 bicycle racks with a capacity to hold 6,337 bikes. The highest density of bicycle parking is located in and around the Kansas State University campus.

The city is continuing to add new bike racks throughout Manhattan. If you would like to suggest a location for a bike rack, please contact Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Emma Rearick.

Bike Infrastructure

What are the differences among a bike route, bike boulevard, bike lane, and multi-use trail?
  • Bike routes are generally periphery routes on local streets with low rider demand. This is low-cost infrastructure, usually only designated by signage.
  • Bike boulevards are central routes on local streets with high rider demand. These are marked with sharrows, wayfinding and traffic calming measures.
  • Bike lanes are central routes on collector streets with high rider demand. They are marked with painted lanes and wayfinding.
  • Contraflow bike lanes allow cyclists to travel against car traffic on one-way streets. They are marked with double or single yellow lines.
  • Multi-use trails are routes that are separated from roads and open to pedestrians and cyclists. They can be concrete or gravel and may have wayfinding or informational signs.


Bike Route

Bike Route

Bike Boulevard

Denison Bike Blvd

Bike Lane

Miller Pkwy Bike Lane

Multi-use Trail

Hudson Trail