The newest Kansas bicycle map is now available from the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT).
The new map shows designated bike routes in 19 different Kansas cities, the traffic volumes along state routes, and which county routes are paved.
The new map also includes the Kansas portion (487 miles) of the U.S. Bicycle Route 76, a bike trail originally created as the bikecentennial, organized in 1976 to celebrate the 200-year anniversary of the founding of our nation.
The new bicycle maps are free and can be obtained by calling KDOT at 785-296-8593 or emailing them at
The free bicycle maps will also be available at the McPherson Convention and Visitors Bureau located with the McPherson Museum on East Kansas Ave. in McPherson.