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Biking in Norfolk
Biking in Norfolk

Bike Share Program
It’s official!  Bike share has launched in Norfolk, VA. Pace Norfolk is made possible because of our sponsors Downtown Norfolk Council, Visit Norfolk, Sentara Healthcare, TRAFFIX – Service of Hampton Roads Transit, IPConfigure, Inc. and Wells Fargo Center.  Pace Norfolk is at no-cost to the City.  Getting around Norfolk just got easier!  Bike rides are only $1 per half hour.  Download the Pace bike share app today from the Apple store or Google Play to locate and rent a bike.  Bikes can be used anywhere in Norfolk.  Pace bike share stations are located throughout Norfolk with a larger concentration Downtown. 

How does it work? Find out here. For information on bike share in Norfolk visit ridepace.com/norfolk.

May is Norfolk Bike Month!
Cyclists of all ages and abilities are invited to a variety of rides and bike-related events in Norfolk in a celebration of biking! Community groups have planned events all month long (and some even before) with fun for everyone. Check back here often for more events and details. 


Have a bike event in Norfolk? Tell us about it!

Travel With Care

Review the rules of the road when it comes to keeping our friends and family safe when out riding their bikes. 

For Motorists:

  • Share the road with cyclists. Bikes are allowed on City of Norfolk streets whether in a bike lane or not.  
  • Keep a distance of at least three feet when passing a cyclist on the street. It's the law!  
  • Watch out when you open your car door when parked on a city street.

For Bicyclists:

  • Follow the same rules of the road as a vehicle. Stop at stop signs and yield to pedestrians. Bike with the flow of traffic.
  • Bike helmets are mandatory for those 14 years of age and younger. Wear bright clothing in the dark, and use a white headlight or red tail light at night, so we can see you! 
  • Use the bikes lanes and buffered bike lanes. We built them for you! If you must ride on a sidewalk, be courteous to walkers. 

For a complete safety overview, view a copy of shareVAroads, Virginia's law and safety tips for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists, developed by the Virginia Department of Transportation. 

Norfolk's Bike Network

With adjustments to the existing roadway network and the development of trails and neighborhood loops, Norfolk is evolving into a bike-friendly city.

View the current Norfolk Bike Network map.

Elizabeth River Trail
Elizabeth River TrailThe Elizabeth River Trail (ERT) is a 10.5 mile urban biking and pedestrian trail that offers users beautiful views and an exploration of our city's history. The trail runs from Norfolk Naval Base, located in the northern portion of the city, into downtown Norfolk, ending at Norfolk State University. Explore the trail online here

Improvement Projects

 Print the ERT map. View the ERT on Google Maps.