Let’s go explore Sugar Land! Many of the city’s neighborhoods are connected through a network of sidewalks that link schools, parks, and local commercial areas. Self-guided bike tours are a great way to learn about different areas of the city, while getting exercise and reducing traffic congestion!
Grab your helmet, get on your bike and let’s ride through some of these self-guided tours throughout our city.
The First Colony Area Bike Tour is an 11-mile tour, with an option to shorted your tour to 6.2 miles. The tour starts and ends at Sugar Land Town Square and will take you along major roadways like University Boulevard, Sweetwater Boulevard and Austin Parkway.
The six-mile Company Town Bike Tour takes you through Sugar Land’s historical roots starting and ending at Constellation Field with a view of Oyster Creek.
The Central City Bike Tour takes you to the heart of all the action. This 11-mile tour starts and ends at Sugar Land Town Square with jaunts past Soldiers Field and First Colony Mall.
The Telfair Area Bike Tour starts and ends at the Museum of Natural Science – Sugar Land with a 5-mile ride through the Telfair and New Territory neighborhoods.
For more information on ways you can walk, run, and bike around Sugar Land, visit https://www.sugarlandtx.gov/1265/Walk-Run-and-Bike-Sugar-Land.