Bicycle Program

Parking and End of Trip Facilities

End of trip facilities include parking at schools, shopping centers, public buildings and major employment centers.

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Bicycle parking is available at all of Riverside's public elementary and middle schools. RCTC provides locker space for six bicycles in addition to two bicycle racks at the La Sierra Metro Link Station. The Downtown Riverside Station has six bike shells and four bike racks. several of Riverside's largest employers provide bicycle parking for employees.

Public parks and civic buildings also serve as rest stops offering water, a place to sit or rest, and restroom facilities. Restrooms are located at several of Riverside's parks.

End of Trip Facilities at Riverside Parks

Park Location Amenities
Arlington Park 3860 Van Buren Boulevard Restrooms
Bobby Bonds Park 2060 University Avenue Cesar Chavez Community Center, Restrooms
Bordwell Park 208 Martin Luther King Boulevard Stratton Community Center, Restrooms
Bryant Park 7950 Philbin St Arlanza Community Center, Restrooms
Don Derr Park 3003 Monroe Street Restrooms
Don Jones Park 3995 Jefferson Street Restrooms
Don Lorenzi Park 4230 Jackson Street Restrooms
Fairmount Park 2601 Fairmount Boulevard Restrooms
Hunt Park 4015 Jackson Street Renck Community Center, Restrooms
Hunter Park 1400 Iowa Avenue Restrooms
La Sierra Park 5215 La Sierra Avenue La Sierra Community Center, Restrooms
Lincoln Park 4261 Park Avenue Restrooms
Myra Linn Park 4540 Meredith Street Restrooms
Nichols Park 5505 Dewey Avenue Joyce Jackson Community Center, Restrooms
Orange Terrace Community Park 20010 Orange Terrace Parkway Restrooms
Patterson Park 1841 Linden Street Restrooms
Reid Park 701 North Orange Street Ruth Lewis Community Center, Restrooms
Riverside Sports Complex 1014 Blaine Street Restrooms
Reid Park 701 North Orange Street Ruth Lewis Community Center, Restrooms
Riverside Sports Complex 1014 Blaine Street Restrooms

Riverside installs new bicycle facilities!

The new two-way cycle track on Watkins Drive between Blaine Street and Valencia Hill Drive is open for use. This new cycle track does not eliminate parking; motorists can make use of the “floating” parking lane that is striped between the traveled way and the new cycle track. Temporary signs have been placed to highlight the new parking lane. The two-way cycle track will provide easier access to UCR facilities for bicyclists along Watkins Drive. Bicyclists are recommended to dismount and use pedestrian crossing facilities when entering & exiting the cycle track in the northbound direction.

Also recently installed are the buffered cycle track on Canyon Crest Drive between MLK Boulevard and El Cerrito Drive, and the Class II bike lane on Central Avenue between Van Buren Boulevard and Streeter Avenue.

Funding for these projects was provided through the Active Transportation Program.

Watkins Drive:

Canyon Crest Drive:

Central Avenue:

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Riverside, CA 92522

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