In this section you will find links to cycling-related information useful to locals and visitors alike. We are happy to say that there is now a bicycle map for Napa County. It was produced through a grant from Visit Napa Valley, in partnership with theÂ Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition and the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency.Â Maps are free (donations to benefit the Vine Trail are encouraged) at the Napa Tourist Information Center in Napa at 1331 First Street.
Because bikesÂ have the same legal right to be on the roadway as other traffic, it’s important for those who design, build, and maintain the roads to know when something isn’t working. Â Whether that something is a bunch of gravel or broken glass, overgrown vegetation, or a pothole that threatenedÂ to end your ride a bit too soon, we want to know about it!
The City of American Canyon has a problem reporting tool on their website for residents and visitors alike.Â The phone number of public works is (707) 647-4550.
The City of Calistoga does not have an online reporting tool, but they do have a complaint form that’s hard to find on their website, so you can download it here, fill it out and fax it to (707) 942-947, or fill it out, scan it and email it to email@example.com. The phone number of public works is (707) 942-2828
If the problem you see involves Hwy 12, Hwy 29, Hwy 121, Hwy 128, or Hwy 221, you’ve got to contact Caltrans. To request maintenance such as repair of pot holes, broken sprinklers, malfunctioning signals, downed, broken or missing signs, litter, graffiti, landscaping, highway lighting, sign visibility, rough pavement, broken traffic signals (including bike sensors), etc., please submit a Maintenance Service Request.
To report traffic or work zone related concerns such as absence of Share the Road signage, etc., please submit a Traffic or Work Zone Concern.
The City of Napa has a pothole reporting tool on their website for residents and visitors alike.Â The phone number of public works is (707) 257-9520.
The County of Napa has an online question tool for public works on their website for residents and visitors alike.Â The phone number of public works is (707) 944-0196.
The City of St. Helena does not have an online reporting for public works but invites emails about issues toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.Â The phone number of public works is (707) 967-2871.
The Town of Yountville does not have an online reporting for public works but invites emails about issues toÂ email@example.com.Â The phone number of public works is (707) 944-2655.
Napa Valley has everything for a perfect cycling vacation . . . beautiful landscapes, cycling options for everyone from families to pro-cyclists, world class food, great wines, and places to stay for every budget. We get a lot of requests from visitors for information about bicycle-friendly accommodations, wineries, bike shops, bike rentals, and other car-free tourism questions. Here you will find useful links to visitor resources.
VisitÂ Napa Valley: The Website and theÂ Welcome Center
When planning a visit, this isÂ the bestÂ place to start.Â Â The Visit Napa Valley Website is dedicated to providing visitors with up-to-the minute insights into what’s going on, where to stay, where to eat, where to find the wines you like, and much more.
Visit Napa Valley is the single entity in Napa County that provides authoritative tourism information about Napa Valley.Â Be sure to visit their Napa Valley Welcome Center located at 600 Main Street, along the Riverfront in Downtown Napa; it provides the perfect starting point for new and returning guests of the Napa Valley.
Bike Shops & Rentals
We are proud that the Napa ValleyÂ is well on its way to being a truly bike friendly community. Â Whether you’re just in town for a day or can trace your Napa roots back generations, we encourage you to leave the car behind and explore the valley on two wheels.
A full-service bike shop located on the west side of Napa at 3335 Solano Avenue, Napa, CA 94558 – (707) 253-7000.Â Sales, service and parts; no rentals. Bicycle Works is active with the Eagle Cycling club and so is a good source of information about local rides for serious cyclists.
A full-service bike shop and rental/tour outfit located at the north end of the Napa Valley in Calistoga at 1318 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, CA 94515 – (707) 942-9687.
A full-service bike shop in central Napa, carrying major brands including Giant road, mountain, cruisers, and more.
2500 Jefferson St., Napa, CA 94558 – (707) 253-2453
A full-service bike shop just blocks from Downtown and Oxbow in Napa, carrying a full range ofÂ bikes, parts, equipment, and apparel.
796 Soscol Ave., Napa, CA 94558 – (707) 265-7886
A full-service bike shop located on the east side Napa on the river at Â . Sales, service, parts, and bike rentals. Napa River Velo features rentals of everything from comfort bikes to high-end carbon-fibre road bikes.
680 Main St, St, CA 94559 – (707) 258-8729
St. Helena Cyclery
A full-service bike shop located in the heart of Napa Valley in St. Helena at 1156 Main St., St. Helena, CA 94574 – (707) 963-7736. Sales, service, parts, and bike rentals. St. Helena Cyclery features rentals of comfort bikes and high-end carbon-fibre road bikes.
A gemÂ located in the heart of Napa Valley.Â Â Velo VinoÂ does it all with their Bruschetteria food truck, espresso bar, delicious wines, and top-notch cycling apparel and vintage bikes at their St. Helena tasting room.
709 Main St., St. Helena, CA 94574 – (707) 968-0625.
One of the visions for the bicycle network in Napa County is that it encourages multi-modal car-free transportation.Â That’s transit jargon for being able to get to work or other destinations by bike, bus, ferry, and so on. Currently, all large buses will accommodateÂ 3 bikes on a rack on the front of the bus; the smaller vans have racks for 2 bikes. If the rack is full, you’re out of luck until the next bus. The good news is that the frequency of buses on many routes has been increased and you may not have to wait too long. Here’s a link to the bus schedules on the Napa County Transit and Planning Agency website. If you have a smart phone, use the Where’s My Bus? feature on the NCTPA website to find out how long you have to wait.
We are pleased with the improvements in bike-carrying capacity and are working with NCTPA to expand the capacity for bikes on buses throughout the county. We look forward to a time when bikes are permitted in buses (when space permits) just as they are in other cities in the US and Europe.
Once you get to the Vallejo Ferry, there is ample room for your bike on the back deck.Â Lot’s of people use the ferry to get to San Francisco to add an exciting urban riding dimension to their Napa Valley visit. Here’s a link to the ferry schedule.