Use our Explore map to discover your next great ride, courtesy of the best and largest public bike route library on the internet.
Use our Route Planner to make edits to any route you find on our website. You can follow your finalized route using our in-app turn by turn navigation, which is enabled with a Premium or Basic membership.
Use the Explore page to search or browse routes in a given area. Filters help you pinpoint the location and type of ride that you're looking for, and it's all superpowered by the ability to click, drag, and zoom in and out on the map to survey all the possibilities.
Use our Heatmaps to see if a trail or path is popular (or not), and if you've ridden there before.
Route results are highlighted on the map in red; click along the route line to pop up essential route details. From here, use the pin icon to save the route to your account for later reference, click the three dot menu to open it in the Route Planner to make changes, or scroll down to find the View Full Route link and open a full page view.
Search by keywords and apply filters to drill down on routes and rides by specifics like location, length, surface type, and how much climbing is involved.
Pro tip: if you aren't finding the route or routes you're looking for, check to see if you have any location search filters on. These may be too restricted for your needs.
Location - choose a primary location, and a distance radius. This will return routes with a start point within the set distance from your primary location.
Length - move the slider to specify the total distance range for route results.
Elevation - move the slider to specify the total elevation gain range for route results.
Surfaces - check boxes next to the surface types you want included in your results.
- Paved = 0-2% unpaved
- Mostly Paved = 2-15% unpaved
- Mixed Surfaces = 15-85% unpaved
- Mostly Unpaved = 60-95% unpaved
- Unpaved = 95-100% unpaved
Check the boxes to select routes types to be included in your search.
- Loop Routes must start and end within 10% of the distance of the route, or 4 miles, whichever is shorter.
- Out & Back Route appears to overlap itself at least 65% of the time then we call it an out & back, otherwise it’s a loop.
- Point to Point If route does not overlap start/end, it is a point to point.
- Routes with Turn by Turn Directions - check this box if you want to navigate using your Ride with GPS app.
A Ride is a recording/activity from a GPS unit or mobile app that contains a path with time information.
A Route, unlike a ride, does not have any time information associated with it. A route also typically has a cue sheet which is required for voice navigation.
How do I find a specific route?
Try searching for the name of the route using keyword search, and make sure you don't have any filters enabled that might restrict your results! These will show up as word bubbles underneath the keyword search box, and can be removed by clicking on them.
Why can I only find results in one area?
Double check your search location (this will default to a 10 mi / 15 km radius of your Home Location). Use the keyword search bar, or the map itself, to zero in on a different location.
Can I get back to the old Find page?
You can still access this here: https://ridewithgps.com/find