Journey On The Longest Biking Trails In The United States

TransAmerica Bike Trail


The TransAmerica bike trail is the longest and most beautiful biking trail in America, covering 12 states.

Lewis & Clark Bike Trail


The Lewis & Clark Bike Trail spans 3252 miles and passes through 11 US states, offering diverse biking experiences.

Cowboy Trail


The Cowboy Trail, the longest rail-to-trail conversion in the US, offers a multi-use recreational trail for biking, hiking, and more.

Katy Trail State Park


The Katy Trail in Missouri is a historic 240-mile biking trail and a premier recreational destination.

Palouse to Cascades States Park Trail


The Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail is a 280-mile historic biking trail in Washington with stunning views and facilities.

OC&E Woods Line State Trail


Oregon's longest linear park trail, 109 miles long, offers varied terrain and landscapes for recreational bikers.

Pacific Coast Bicycle Route


The 1800-mile long Pacific Coast Bicycle Route is a scenic-filled and beautiful trail with fully facilitated camping and lodging.

East Coast Greenway


The 3000-mile-long East Coast Greenway connects 15 states, allowing biking through parks, woods, and marshes.

The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route


The 2000-mile Underground Railroad biking route honors the historic route and offers beautiful scenic views.

The Great Divide Bike Trail


Great Divide Bike Trail: a 2808 miles remote and diverse trail, offering spectacular beauty and wildlife.