Tulsa is home to a beautiful trail system! Several trails, including the Riverparks Trails, the Midland Valley Trail, the Newblock Park Trail, Katy Trail, and the Osage Prairie Trail are accessible by This Machine bikes. Click the "INCOG Trail Map" link below for an interactive map of existing bicycle trails in Tulsa.
Take a break from and escape to the Arkansas riverfront!
26 miles of asphalt-surfaced trails, many of which are dual trails for pedestrians and cyclists. Trails weave past gathering areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures along both banks of the Arkansas River in Tulsa. Grab a bike from one of the many This Machine stations near the trail to explore this expansive trail system.
* Mountain biking on Turkey Mountain requires a mountain bike. Do not attempt to ride This Machine bicycles on Turkey Mountain.
This three mile ride (starting across the street from Dead Armadillo Brewery and ending at Gathering Place on the Riverparks Trail) cuts through neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Tulsa on the former Midland Valley Railroad corridor. Highlights along the trail include Maple Park and Veterans Park, the latter of which features a pond with an encircling walking trail. This trail also connects downtown to Cherry Street.
Like the Midland Valley Trail, the Osage Prairie Trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Rail line. 14.5 miles in length, this trail connects OSU Tulsa to Skiatook. If you're riding a This Machine bike along this scenic trail, be aware that only the southern end is currently in the service area. You may ride the whole thing, but be sure to come back into the area before locking the bike. You'll also want to pay attention to the batery level; one full charge is good for roughly 20 miles.
This 1.5 mile trail connects the River East Trail to the Katy Trail, and features some gorgeous views of the Arkansas River, as well as a neat bridge.
This trail follows the old MTK rail line, and is about 8 miles long. It is well paved, and parts of it have plenty of tree cover to protect you from the sun. It is also partially lit at night. If you're riding a This Machine bike along this trail, be aware that only the eastern end is currently in the service area. You may ride the whole thing, but be sure to come back into the area before locking the bike. You'll also want to pay attention to the batery level; one full charge is good for roughly 20 miles.