Is biking the perfect form of transportation? It sure seems like it. How can you beat an option so smart, healthy and fun? It has never been easier to travel to and through Bellevue by bike. Find information below to help make your two-wheeled fantasies a reality.
Maps & Guides
There’s a map for that. Find bike-friendly routes to get where you need to go.
Choose Your Way Bellevue Bike Share Discount
Starting in June 2019 and for a limited time, Choose Your Way Bellevue is partnering with Lime to save you $1 on bike share trips starting in Bellevue! This discount is equal to the unlock fee. Just use the promo code CYWB. To receive the discount, make sure that you:
- Download the Lime app;
- Click "Wallet" from the menu;
- Select "Promos";
- Insert "CYWB" and enjoy.
Ride in the Rain 2019
Washington Bikes invites seasoned pedalers, new bike riders, and cyclists from all over our state to bike as much as possible for any reason during November 1-30. The idea of the Ride in the Rain Challenge is to turn a common barrier to biking — inclement weather — on its head and celebrate biking during the rainiest month of the year. We're confident that if you can ride during the rainiest month and enjoy it, you’ll see how possible it is to bike all year round!
Bikes & Other Modes
Biking can take you that first or last mile to make transit or vanpooling work for you!
- King County Metro Bikes & Transit page
- Sound Transit Bringing your Bike page
- Request a free bike rack on your King County Metro vanpool by emailng email@example.com or calling 206-625-4500.
- Use dockless bike share and simply flip the lock where you end your trip and board your bus or van!
Find out where to park, shower and more.
Looking for a spot to shower? Check the Downtown Bike Parking and Amenities Map to see if there is one available in your building. If not, see if nearby fitness centers offer shower-only memberships. (Many do!)
Bike share has officially hit Bellevue bike lanes! Green electric-assisted bikes are available for use citywide on streets, bike lanes, and sidewalks as part of a one-year pilot. For more information, visit the City of Bellevue bike share page.
There’s a bike for everyone. Cycling is an ideal low impact exercise for seniors, and specially designed “adapted bicycles” make cycling a viable mode of transportation for people with disabilities. Learn more about adaptive cycling on the Seattle Bike Blog and on the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability website.