Using Rhode Island's Bike Paths During Covid-19

Rhode Island's Great System of Bike Paths

Rhode Island bike paths are still open. RIDOT urges you to use them wisely for your safety and the safety of others.

  • If you are ill, please do not use the bike paths and stay home.
  • Bring a face covering. Wear it if you cannot keep a six-foot distance from other people .
  • Keep a safe distance between bikers – six feet is the minimum but please spread out along the bike paths
  • While exercising in a mask, moderate your expectations. You may need to go a little slower while you get used to the mask. Stop or take a break more often.
  • Go into restrooms one by one, and keep your mask on.

When you finish your ride – don't hang around in clumps. Be grateful for the fresh air and head home in small groups.

Bike RI Story Map

In the past 30 years, RIDOT has built an impressive network of bike paths, offering more than 60 miles of off-road cycling in all regions of the state. Explore Our Interactive Bike Path Map»

Download a PDF version of the Rhode Island Statewide Bicycle System here

Get Details about Individual Bike Paths, Maps and Parking Information

Ride Your Bike to Work!

Bike Safe, Bike Smart

Find Bike Shops

Get out on the path! Rhode Island has lots of bike shops, and many of them have rentals if you are traveling or don't own a bike.