Get around downtown Eugene with fun and healthy modes of transportation! Rent a bicycle from a local bike shop, or sign up for the convenient and easy-to-use bike share program. Eugene is bicycle friendly and connects with miles of bike routes (PDF map) to outlying areas. Whether you walk, roll or ride, downtown's hub of restaurants, shopping and entertainment is easily navigable. Just make sure to follow traffic laws and be respectful of pedestrians. 

PeaceHealth Rides Bike Share

All those blue bicycles you see out and about are part of PeaceHealth Rides. This bike share program is inexpensive and easy to use for short bike rides around downtown. There are beautiful bike paths along the Willamette River and you can even ride to Valley River Center or the University of Oregon campus. When in downtown Eugene, please walk your bicycles through pedestrian-only spaces such as sidewalks.

To use just download the app, reserve your bicycle at one of many bike share hubs and go! Bicycle helmets are not provided but are recommended. Bicycles are available 24 hours, seven days a week. Riders must be at least 18 years old.

Adaptive bicycles are available through the Hilyard Community Center.


Pedicabs are not present on a daily, consistent basis but do appear during special events and when neighborhoods have a high volume of pedestrians. Hail a pedicab like an Emerald City Pedicab throughout Eugene's downtown core, including the Market District, Alton Baker Park, the Whiteaker Neighborhood, the University of Oregon campus and the South University Neighborhood. This is a fun and relaxing way to get about without too much effort on your part!  Limited pre-arranged trips can also be coordinated. 

Electric Bikes & Road Bikes

Electric bicycles make it easier to cover more ground and are designed for touring or longer commutes. Rent Pedego Electric Bikes right in the Market District and then ride all over downtown Eugene or follow the bike paths out further. 

Bicycle Way of Life also has e-bikes, plus they have an inventory of road and urban bikes and accessories like bike racks and Burley bike trailers. So you can hook up all the members of your family for a great ride.

Park Downtown & Walk

There are two downtown parking garages (the Overpark and the Parcade) that offer free all day parking on weekends (except for special events) and the first hour free on weekdays.