Maps and route information for enjoying the greenways located within the City of Roanoke.
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Over 30 miles of paved space make the Roanoke Valley Greenways one of the best options for biking in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
A variety of communities and neighborhoods offer easy access to the Greenways, which is part of why it's such a popular activity for locals, visitors, and various group bike rides.
The urban trails are built on relatively flat terrain and connect to many of the region's public parks and playgrounds. Taking a break for a picnic in the park or spending some time at a playground is a great way to enjoy a biking outing with kids on the greenways.
The easy riding provides a pleasant experience for riders of all skill levels.
Whether you're an advanced cyclist or rookie rider looking for a space to ride without the challenge of traffic, the greenways serve as the perfect option for both.
A large portion of the system is located within close proximity to the Roanoke River, offering opportunities to take in the beautiful views of the water and also observe local birds and wildlife that create habitats along the water.
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The following bike rental companies are located on the Roanoke River Greenway and offer a variety of bikes for the entire family to easily enjoy the Greenway system.
The following are some of the most popular portions of the greenways for biking:
Visit our Road Biking & Cycling section for information about other great riding opportunities in Virginia's Blue Ridge. You can also check out the Blue Ridge Bicycle Club to get connected with the region's awesome local biking community.