BikePalmBeach.org was created by the Palm Beach TPA to provide a direct connection for users looking specifically for pedestrian and bicycle related information and activities in Palm Beach County.
March is Florida Bicycle Month!
We encourage our local municipalities to organize and participate in local bicycle events. We also encourage municipalities to do their own Florida Bicycle Month Proclamation to celebrate and demonstrate their community's support for bicycling in their communities. Please check out our calendar below for a list of local bicycle events in March 2019. For more questions about what's happening during Florida Bicycle Month throughout Palm Beach County contact the TPA's Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Nicholas Hernandez, at: (561) 478-5713 or email@example.com.
For a sample Florida Bicycle Month Proclamation template please click here.
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Click image to view a calendar of bicycle related meetings, events and activities, including guided tours and competitions. Click individual listings on the calendar for details.
The TPA Governing Board approved the new TPA Pedestrian and bicycle Safety Guide at their regularly scheduled meeting of February 16, 2017.
The Bike Suitability Map showcases current bicycle facilities on the major roadways and categorizes them as, "Good", "Fair" or "Caution". The reverse side highlights laws and practices for safe cycling in every environment.
Bicycle Facility Types Attitudes Towards Cycling
Background -- The Palm Beach TPA's Bicycle-Trailways-Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BTPAC) is responsible for advising and informing the TPA Governing Board regarding bicycle and pedestrian issues in Palm Beach County. Enactment of the 1984 Florida Bicycle Bill required all county and local municipal governments to give full consideration of the bicycle when planning and developing transportation. Florida became one of the nation's leaders in bicycle planning with the creation of a State Bicycle Office, Bicycle Coordinators in each FDOT District, and Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinators in a number of counties, including Palm Beach. In Palm Beach County, a bicycle-pedestrian advisory committee was formed in 1987, and later expanded to include greenway issues.
Meetings -- Typically, meetings are held the first Thursday of most months. Meetings begin at 9:07 AM and are held in the 4th Floor Conference Room, Room 4E-12, next to the TPA office in the Vista Center at 2300 N. Jog Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33411. Check the website calendar and the meeting links below for the current meeting schedule. Meeting agendas and backup information are posted in advance of each meeting.
Click here for BTPAC's Webpage
Click here for BTPAC's Bylaws
Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and great way to see Palm Beach. This menu provides the most current laws, guides, and tips to learn before you start your ride.
Bicycle Helmet Fitting Guides
Education and Encouragement
Bicycle Rodeo Resources
Bike Event Resources (great for Florida Bike Month)
In 2016 the Palm Beach TPA completed a Southeast Florida Regional Greenways and Trails Plan that includes an interconnected system of existing and proposed shared use paths, greenways and hiking trail facilities. Click here to view the greenways and trails plan map online. Additional information regarding Palm Beach County Parks with bicycle facilities are listed below.
Palm Beach County parks with bicycle trails
Parks with mountain bike trails
Parks with BMX Facilities
Parks with Bicycle Rentals Available
TPA-Funded Bluegill Trail Link
Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail and Cypress Creek Natural Area Link
The Palm Beach TPA conducted the Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Study to formally analyze five years of pedestrian and bicyclist crash data in Palm Beach County and develop evidence based recommendations for safety countermeasures, educational strategies, and performance targets. The final Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Study was adopted by the TPA Governing Board at their February 2017 meeting.
Master Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation Plan
The purpose of this Master Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation Plan is to provide a foundation on which future decisions regarding bicycle transportation will be based, including both long and short range strategies and actions that will most efficiently integrate bicycling into the overall multi-modal transportation system.
Other Agencies and Resources for Pedestrian and Bicycle information: