A map of all the bike routes on the City streets of Palm Springs is available free from the Department of Community Services at 401 S Pavilion Way, call (760) 323-8265. Click here to view the map.
Citywide Tour. A 13-mile ride that circles the town is the best way for out-of-towners to get their bearings. It takes you from the posh North Canyon residential district to the golf courses, country clubs, and retirement condominiums on the south end of town.
Civic Center Tour. A 5-1/2-mile loop passes the airport and takes in the Palm Springs Mall, the Civic Center, and the Sunrise Plaza recreation complex, which includes a public pool, library, park (a prime picnic spot), skate park and the community services building.
Canyon Country Club Tour. Loop 4-1/2 miles around the country club residential area on the south side of town. Be prepared to stop for golf carts crossing the street.
Deepwell Tour. A 3-1/2-mile ride takes you through the city’s older, picturesque, palm-lined residential streets.
Tahquitz Bikeway. Now 3-1/2 miles long, it begins where Palm Canyon Drive meets Tahquitz Wash. It will eventually lead to Cathedral City and Rancho Mirage.
Downtown Tour. This 3-mile loop provides “back door” access to popular shops and restaurants while avoiding the bumper-to-bumper traffic on Palm Canyon Drive. The route also takes in the desert art museum.
Receive news and announcements from Palm Springs straight to your inbox