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Caltrans District 9 has developed a bicycle brochure that features information specifically for bicycling in Mono, Inyo, and eastern Kern Counties. Included are bicycle resources, popular rides, prohibited segments, and how to read bicycle signs.
Click here to download the District 9 Bicycle Brochure
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is dedicated to improving mobility across California, for all forms of transportation. Caltrans, with several agencies; CHP, City of Bishop, Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control, County of Inyo, Northern Inyo Healthcare District, U.S. Forest Service, Toiyabe Indian Health and Eastside Velo, are sponsoring several events throughout May, National Bike Month.
Bike to School Week: May 6-10
Bike to School Day: May 8
Bike to Work Week: May 13-19
Bike to Work Day: May 18
CHP Bike Rodeo @ Kern Regional Center Family Fun Day: May 11
o 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Bishop City Park (Between Baseball Fields 1 and 2).
Bike & Brews: May 15
o 5:00pm – 6:30pm: Road Bike Ride (Meet at Aerohead Cycles)
o 6:30pm: Post Ride Beer & Pizza – Hosted by Eastside Velo & Aerohead Cycles
o Free & Open to the Public
Proof of Life Road Bike Event May 18
o Meet 8:00am Bottom of the Grade
o Climbing Pine Creek, Pipeline, and Rock Creek
o Free & Open to the Public – Hosted by Eastside Velo
Join the Eastern Sierra Bike Month Group on LovetoRide.net and log your mileage throughout the month of May!
Link: National Bike Challenge - Eastern Sierra
These maps are intended to assist those cycling within the District 9 area of California - Inyo, Mono, and eastern Kern Counties. One of the primary land uses in District 9 is recreation because of our deep desert valleys, high mountain ranges, rich National Parks, and the numerous lakes and streams in the Sierra Nevada. Because of the numerous campers, recreational vehicles, and large trucks traveling on the highways caution should be exercised when cycling and all roads are open to cycling in District 9 except a short stretch of freeway near Rosamond. Please carry the necessary and proper equipment for the type of trip you plan, since services can be far apart in some areas. Protection from the sun, wind, cold, and adequate water is extremely important throughout the district. No representation is made or intended as to the safety or fitness of the routes where bicycle travel is allowed. The State of California, the counties, and cities over whose facilities you may be traveling are not responsible for your safety. We welcome any suggestions for improvement or changes in bicycle facilities in our District. We hope you enjoy your cycling in this area.
Click on the shield to view close up bicycle guide of the route.
If you have any questions about Caltrans District 9 biking, please contact Mark Heckman at
Caltrans District 9
Phone: (760) 872-0601
FAX: (760) 872-0678
California Department of Transportation
500 S. Main Street