Bike-friendly Lancaster

Take your explorations to two wheels with the help of our friends at Discover Lancaster.

Bike-Friendly City

An ideal size for commuting or exploring intriguing side streets, Lancaster City is prioritizing bike-friendly practices for residents and visitors with new bike lanes throughout the city and the Bike It Lancaster rental kiosks. Plus, check out these local small businesses who are making biking an experience in Lancaster. It’s time to take your city travel to two wheels!

Rent an e-bike from Let’s Roll

All the fun of riding a bike with a little extra power to get you going, Let’s Roll e-bike rentals are the perfect way to explore Lancaster City for the day. For residents, their selection of e-bikes for sale will make the morning commute easier and eco-friendly.

Did you know Let’s Roll is also in nearby Columbia? Let’s Roll Columbia gets you outfitted with rentals close to several of the trail rides you’ll in this article.

Go on a group ride with The Common Wheel

If traditional bikes are more your speed, stop in The Common Wheel on the 300 Block of North Queen Street to grab some gear and learn more about their passion for community impact using the energy and equity of bikes. Take your wheels to their Wednesday Night Rides where you can connect with fellow bikers and get some exercise with a group.

Take a bike tour with Unique Lancaster Experiences

Gear up for an adventure through the city with a three-hour e-bike tour with Unique Lancaster Experiences. Tour guides take you on a journey through Lancaster’s rich culture, history, food, art, parks, and beautiful foliage—stopping to see architectural landmarks and hidden art murals that will leave you inspired.

Bike-Friendly County

Ready to take to the trails? Lancaster County is home to bike-friendly trails that weave throughout beautiful landscapes and rolling farmlands—many of which are preserved! Use this map to plan your excursion and stop in some local attractions along your path to experience Lancaster County in a whole new way.

  1. Conestoga Greenway Trail, Lancaster
    Out and back| Easy | 2.6mi | Est. 15m
  2. Conewago Recreation Trail, Elizabethtown
    Out and back| Easy | 9.2mi | Est. 1h
  3. Enola Low Grade Trail, Washington Boro
    Point to point | Moderate | 29.4mi | Est. 3h
  4. Lancaster County Central Park, Lancaster
    Loop | Moderate | 7.5mi | Est. 45m
  5. Lancaster Junction Recreation Trail, Manheim
    Out and back | Easy | 14.9mi | Est. 1h 30m
  6. Northwest River Trail, Columbia
    Out and back | Moderate | 22.4mi | Est. 2h 15m
  7. Warwick–Ephrata Rail Trail, Ephrata
    Out and back | Easy | 14.9mi | Est. 1h 30m

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Discover Lancaster is the official destination marketing organization for Lancaster County, whose focus is on generating the nearly $3 billion in economic impact that tourism brings to the county annually. In addition to their marketing efforts, they manage a Visitors Center which features informational materials, a retail shop, and an art gallery. Travel Consultants assist guests with inquiries and guide them to curating the perfect itinerary for their Lancaster visit.

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