Author: Rusty

The Best Bike Trails: Bryce Canyon

  Red rock, scenic views, rich forests and meadows—it is easy to see why Bryce Canyon and its surrounding areas are a popular destination for cycling enthusiasts. The trail within the park itself takes you up the Paunsaugunt Plateau, providing an excellent view of the amphitheater’s colorful spires, pinnacles and monuments along the way. But […]

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The Best Bike Trails: River to the Sea Bikeway

  The 11-mile River to the Sea Bikeway, also known as WMPO Bicycle Route 1, features paved and off-road sections that run along the Historic Beach Car Line. The route passes through residential streets, multi-use paths and several arterial roadways. The ride The adventure starts at the end of Market Street, which is located at […]

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The Best Bike Trails: Farmington Canal Heritage Trail

  This 84-mile multi-use trail starts at New Haven, Connecticut and stretches all the way to Northampton, Massachusetts. It is made up of three sections: the southern section between New Haven and Plainville, the middle section between Farmington and Suffield, and the northern section between Southwick and Northampton. The development of the trail is not […]

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The Best Bike Trails: The Oklahoma River Trail

This 13-mile Oklahoma River Trail system, as the name implies, runs along the Oklahoma River (which is technically the North Canadian River). It starts east of downtown Oklahoma City on I-35 and goes all the way to either Meridian Ave. along the south part of the river or Portland Ave. on the north. This trail […]

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