Bike Lexington
: A map of bicycling facilities & preferred routes in Lexington, Kentucky
27" x 39" map at 1:19,800 scale. 1 inch to 3 furlongs. Check your local bike shop for a free, printed version of this map.

 

Sponsored by

Bluegrass Mobility and Lexington Fayette County Urban County Government

 

Map created by outrageGIS mapping with GIS data provided by LFUCG. Infographics were courtesy of City of Madison, Wisconsin Traffic Engineering and Information Technology. Updated June, 2013.

Official Map
Official map
, 5 megabytes (June, 2013)

 

Aerial Photography version of Bike Lexington Map
Online Map
, in development (July, 2013)

 

Aerial Photography version of Bike Lexington Map
Map with aerial photography
, 37 megabytes (July, 2012)

 

Book edition of map
Book edition of map
, 25 megabytes (July, 2012)

 

Recent Photographs & Maps

Summer fair time

Summer fair time  

Cumberland Gap map

Cumberland Gap map This is the cover of our soon to be printed map of Cumberland Ga...
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Our Favorite Hikes

Drafts of Cumberland Gap map

Map packaging artwork

We’ve been hard at work finishing our trail map for the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and surrounding area. This project is an update of our first Gap trail map. We’re hoping to have the maps in stock by Memorial Day, 2017.

Our new map is on a larger sheet size (39...

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Lexington Neighborhood Tree Canopy Study
Class mapping project

Web page for student maps

NRE 355, Introduction to Geospatial Applications for Land Analysis, is a class at the Uni...

New GOES-16 satellite imagery for Kentucky

High-resolution weather imagery from GOES-16

Though GOES-16 is not officially operational, the availability of imagery has steadily incr...

Our Clients' Maps

Lexington Neighborhood Tree Canopy Study
Class mapping project

Web page for student maps

NRE 355, Introduction to Geospatial Applications for Land Analysis, is a class at the University of...

Students map Town Branch Trail

Town Branch Trail in maps

Students create many maps and a website for the soon-to-be-built Town Branch Trail during the Spring 2017 semester in the...