INCOG Maps of local trails
INCOG Area Trails Guide provides a complete list of area multi-user trails with maps and trail conditions and construction updates ...
INCOG Area Trails Guide
Wednesday Night Ride maps
Tulsa, like many communities, has a traditional weekly ride with a life of its own. The Wednesday Night Ride is a 20+ year Tulsa tradition taking place every Wednesday night during Daylight Savings time (March - November).
The ride is not organized or sponsored but usually involves 150-250 riders using a handful of route variations (see below). Most begin and end their rides at 21st & Jackson, River West Festival Park. Groups of 2-30 riders begin trickling out of the lots around 5:00pm. Riders of all levels of fitness and cycling ability participate, though the general nature of the ride is high energy and fast-paced.
On Lee's Bike Shop Website
On "Map My Ride" - 37 mile version
On "Map My Ride" - 27 mile version
On "Map My Tri" - 43 mile version
Maps of Claremore and Points East and Northeast of Tulsa
Long-time Tulsa Bicycle Club members and Bike About bike shop owners and operators, Janice and Tracy Whitaker, have a host of maps available on the Bike About website. Consider driving up Old Route 66 for some fine riding out of Claremore, or down 412 for some great rides out of Inola.
Click on RIDE on the Bike About website
Oklahoma Bicycle Society (OBS) maps - Oklahoma City area and across the state
The OBS website holds a treasure-trove of maps of not only the Oklahoma City and central Oklahoma area, but also of areas across the state where they've traveled for their fabled Spring and Fall Fling camping and biking weekends. Check'em out!
OBS maps - OKC and surrounding area and much more ...
MS Bike 2012
The MS Bike ride, "the Mother Road Ride," follows route 66 on Day 1 and then takes a back route into Oklahoma City to the State Capitol on day two. Both are nice rides in the range of 65 miles or so.
MS Bike 2012 - Day 1
MS Bike 2012 - Day 2