Bicycle Program

Class I Bikeways

Class I Bikeways are typically called bike paths. These bikeways provide travel on a paved right-of-way completely separated from any street or highway.

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In 2003, cars idling in traffic wasted 5 billion gallons of fuel.

Signage for Class I Bike paths are decals affixed to trail fence posts. The 3 1/2 inch square decals contain images of bicycles, pedestrians, or equestrians as appropriate. Other trail signs designate hazards, clearance requirements, approaching intersections, the need to stop or yield, and staging areas.

City of Riverside Class I Bikeways

Name Miles Rider Submitted Routes
Gage Canal Trail 1.9 Gage Canal Route A
Santa Ana River Trail 7.5 Santa Ana River Trail Route A
Victoria Avenue 7.6 Victoria Ave Route A
Total 17.0 Rider submitted route mileage varies

Class I Bikeways Non-Standard Trails

Name Miles Rider Submitted Routes
Alessandro Arroyo Trail 3.6 Submit New Route
Benedict Wash Trail 3.0 Submit New Route
BNSF Trail 2.2 Submit New Route
Gage Canal Trail 1.9 Gage Canal Route A
Mockingbird Canyon Trail 1.2 Submit New Route
Prenda Arroyo Trail 0.5 Submit New Route
Springbrook Wash Arroyo Trail 1.0 Submit New Route
Sycamore Canyon Trail 3.7 Submit New Route
Total 26.4 Rider submitted route mileage varies

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