Skip to main content





Registration is open for
OK Freewheel 2020

Read more ...




 

Tulsa Bicycle Club's
Ride With GPS page





A Tool For
Defining Safe Practices
When Navigating
Our City Streets



INCOG's BPAC,
Bicycle Pedestrian
Advisory Committee

Learn more ...




Formerly the
Oklahoma Bicycling Coalition
Learn more about our State
Advocacy Organization.





The League of American Bicyclists
Our National Advocacy Organization

Learn more here ...


 

Add Me To Your Mailing List
HomeRide - Construction Updates

Popular Cycling Routes - Construction Updates 

Who's holding the shovel?
(Info as of 11/6/2019) 

Reporting Area Trail Conditions - "Who ya gonna call?"


Click the button below to see a complete list of local trails and who to contact regarding trail conditions, problems, etc.

Construction - Path Maintenance Contacts 


Area Trail conditions


Tulsa River Parks provides a Trail Conditions web page ... check it out for all the latest info on River Parks Trails.


River Parks Trail Conditions

 


INCOG Area Trails Guide provides a more extensive reference for all area trails and includes construction updates.

 

INCOG Area Trails Guide

 


Osage Trail crossing at Apache
Use caution when crossing Apache.   Apache is being repaved and 2 lanes of the pavement have been ground down.  There are a couple of several inch drops in the pavement.


South Peoria between 151st and 171st Street South  
Tulsa county is paving this 2 miles with new asphalt.

Sperry Store 
The store in Sperry was damaged by the flooding in late May.   It is closed.   If you need a stop in Sperry use the Dollar General store.

 

Mingo Valley Expressway (Hwy 169) trail construction
Work is underway between 41st Street South and 71st Street South west of Hwy 169 on a new trail.  When completed this trail will join existing trails to provide a route between I-244 and the Creek Turnpike.

Mohawk Park
 
The entrance along side the golf course (Mohawk Blvd)  from the west side of the park has reopened.  


 

 

 

 

 

 


















T
There's a short detour just south of the Southwest Blvd bridge.    They are building a retaining wall for the trail to go under Southwest Blvd.