Chandler Bike Trails
With 327 miles of paved bike lanes and paths, Chandler is friendly to bicyclists of all abilities and levels. You might even say that exploring Chandler on two wheels is kind of our thing. Bike enthusiasts will enjoy Chandler's wide streets with plenty of bike lanes including a variety of multi-use paths that are well suited for casual cyclists looking for a fun, easy outing. And if you don't have a bike with you or can't bring one with you - stay active during your Chandler visit by borrowing one when staying at the Element Chandler Fashion Center hotel which offers complimentary bike rentals for their guests.
Popular Chandler bike trails include:
- Mostly paved, the 6.5-mile Paseo Trail is a 10-foot-wide concrete multi-use pathway on the eastern side of the Consolidated Canal. The western side of the canal is an unimproved dirt surface in most areas that is often used for horseback riding and bicycling.
- Extend your ride further on the Consolidated Canal multi-use path, an 18-mile multi-use path that explores the East Valley and runs from Chandler through Gilbert and into Mesa.
- Bicycling in San Tan Mountain Regional Park - San Tan Mountain Regional Park offers over 8 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Trails range from 1.1 miles to more than 5 miles, and range in difficulty from easy to strenuous.
- Map of City of Chandler bicycle paths and trails.
- For the dedicated cyclist, it's easy to connect from Chandler to all of metro Phoenix with the regional metro-Phoenix Bike map published by the Maricopa Association of Governments. The map highlights dedicated bike lanes, multi-use paths (both paved and unpaved) as well connections to light rail and park and ride stations.