Bike The Woodlands Coalition is a loosely organized group of folks who enjoy all kinds of biking and all kinds of cyclists.

     We are interested in a more bicycle friendly community that serves the needs of all types of riders.

     Coalition particpating groups currently include The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N., the Woodlands Cycling Club, HARC, and the Easy Riders Bicycle Group, an activity of the Newcomers Club of The Woodlands.

Bicycle Maps

Bike Maps for The Woodlands

The Woodlands Township maintains a pathway map (interactive or PDF). The maps are organized by the ten Villages and employment centers. Major roads and parks are mapped.


Bike the Woodlands Coalition has mapped seven public art loops which feature 16 outdoor sculptures and 50+ parks, all connected by The Woodlands fabulous pathway system! These ride/walk/run loops cover most of the villages including Grogans Mill and Creekside.


Google Maps

More than 185-miles of multi-use pathways serve most of The Woodlands. Bicycle friendly streets are not yet identified in Google Maps, although there are miles of roads, major and minor with adequate shoulders for safe cycling.

     Roads marked with Share the Road signs include portions of 242/College Park Drive, Lake Woodlands Drive, Flintridge, Research Forest Drive, and Branch Crossing Drive.  


Regional Bikeway Viewer Map

The Houston-Galveston Area Council’s regional bike map covers several counties. Zoom to The Woodlands to view the multi-use pathways.

     The maps include a mapping layer of bicycle needs, primarily east/west on-road routes along Research Forest Drive and Lake Woodlands Drive. This is a complex mapping system with a wealth of information. 


For information on Bike The Woodlands Coalition:

This part of the Spring Creek Greenway trail is planned to extend from the George Mitchell Nature Preserve, accessible from Flintridge in The Woodlands, to the Montgomery Preserve on the southern tip of Pruitt Road. The entire trail system is planned to eventually link Burroughs Park on the west to U.S. 59 on the east. The total project involves both Harris and Montgomery Counties.