Class I Bikeways
Class I bikeways consist of off-street paved bike paths.
Coyote Creek Bikeway
2001 W Imperial Highway
La Habra, CA 90631
Coyote Creek Bikeway is an 0.8-mile bikeway that runs along the Eastern bank of the Coyote Creek storm channel between Imperial Highway in La Habra ending at Hillsborough Road in La Mirada. This newly constructed bikeway was opened in 2011.
Guadalupe Park Bikeway
381 S Walnut Street
La Habra, CA 90631
Guadalupe Park Bikeway is a Class I, 0.45-mile bikeway that runs through Guadalupe Park between Walnut Street and Idaho Street.
Class II Bikeways
Class II bikeways are considered on-street striped and signed bicycle lanes.
Idaho Street Bike Path
On Idaho Street, there is a 3.6 mile-bikeway that runs South from Sandlewood Avenue and continues into Fullerton. In Fullerton, this bikeway continues onto Gilbert Street, Castlewood Drive, and Parks Road. The bikeway then splits with 1 fork ending at Bastanchury Road and the other fork ending at Malvern Avenue. This bikeway connects with the Class I Robert Ward Nature Preserve bikeway in Fullerton where Castlewood Drive ends at Parks Road.
Lambert Road Bike Path
The Lambert Road Bike Path is a 1.3-mile bikeway that runs east from Beach Boulevard and ends at Clifton Street in La Habra.
Palm Street Bike Path
On Palm Street, there is a 0.5-mile bikeway that runs south from Whittier Boulevard and ends at La Habra Boulevard in La Habra.
Whittier Boulevard Bike Path
On Whittier Boulevard, there is a 0.7-mile bikeway that runs east from Harbor Boulevard ending at Tropicana Way in La Habra.
Class III Bikeways
Class III bikeways are considered on-street shared-lane signed bicycle routes.
There are several Class III bikeways that may be found in La Habra. Please visit this Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Bikeway Map website for a detailed map of bikeways in La Habra and the rest of Orange County.