Hilton Head Island
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Biking is a great way to get around and keep healthy, but it's important to be safe.
The Town provides 64 miles of public pathways and nature trails for the enjoyment of pedestrians and cyclists.
Remember, bikes have to follow the same signs and rules as cars.
In South Carolina, motorists must yield to pedestrians and bicyclists within marked crossings, but THEY MAY NOT SEE YOU!
Since most pathways are NOT illuminated, bicycles must have a red rear reflector and a headlight if biking at night and if you must ride at night please plan ahead and remember a flash light and wear appropriate clothing.
The Town is proud to be a gold-standard bike-friendly community and has always pushed initiatives to ensure our 64 miles of public pathways and nature trails are both a safe and easy way to navigate our island.
By following the bike safety tips and pathway safety regulations listed by Bob Bromage our Director of Public Safety, everyone can do their part to make sure our pathways are a great place for all to enjoy.
Unsafe Pathway Conditions?
Report any unsafe pathway conditions using our mobile application or contact our Facilities Management Office at 843-342-4580.
Report Unsafe Pathway Conditions