Biking

Knoxville Regional Bicycle Program

Bicycling is a great way to get around town. It saves money, improves air quality and is good exercise. It’s an easy way to make exercise a part of your daily life. Bike to work full- or part-time and, of course, as the weather permits. You can also earn points for biking to meetings, the grocery store, social events, while running errands, and more! Remember: bikes have a legal right to be on the road.

Bike and Bus: All KAT buses are equipped with bicycle racks that hold two bikes.

Request a safe place for your bike at work. If your employer doesn’t have bike parking, contact the Bicycle Parking Program.
Helpful links from the Knoxville Regional Bicycle Program:

Email the Knoxville Regional Bicycle Program for more information

Looking to Buy or Sell your next bike? Try BicycleBlueBook.com

Knox County Bicycle Map

Tennessee Bicycle Laws

In Tennessee, a bicycle has the legal status of a vehicle.  This means that bicyclists have full rights and responsibilities on the roadway and are subject to the regulations governing the operation of a motor vehicle.

Find out more about the Tennessee Bicycle Laws.