Information for Bicyclists
On April 12, 2013, Dane County Parks staff met with bicycle advocates and representatives from local units of government to share plans for future bicycle improvements and upcoming bicycling events across Dane County.
On March 27th, 2012 County Executive Joe Parisi met with bicycle advocates and representatives from local units of government to share plans for future bicycle improvements and upcoming bicycling events across Dane County.
The 2010 Bike Dane Executive Summary Report represents six months of hard work from the bicycling community
across the county. The planning process began in July of 2010 and included several working group meetings
throughout the remainder of 2010. Contact Chris James, Park Planner at 224-3763 or
email@example.com for questions about this report.
Ice Age Junction Bicycle Pedestrian Trail Map
Dane County recently completed construction of the Ice Age Junction Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail.
The off road paved bicycle pedestrian path is nearly 2 miles long and extends from the McKee/High Point Road intersection south to the Military Ridge State Trail parking lot area.
Off road bicycle use on natural surface hiking trails is prohibited between Cross Country and McKee Roads.
Dogs must have a Dane County dog permit and be on leash at all times along the trails.
Map for Bicyclists
The Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization has produced a map
of Dane County that is especially useful for bicyclists. You can
download it at the link below.
Capital City Trail Commuter Use Statement
Bicyclists who use the Capital City Trail primarily for commuting may be eligible for
a subsidized pass. Check the statement form below for more information.