Wyoming is one of the Rocky Mountain states—and as such, it’s the perfect backdrop for mountain biking. Hit the heights with some serious technical climbs. Go bombing down some of the sickest downhills you’ve seen. Then relax and ride across rolling plains.
Looking for some awesome trails to shred? Want to get down and dirty with your bike and earn some serious trail cred? Read on for the trails that will help you do that in Vermont. Get locked and loaded, and ready for some gnarly rides in the Green Mountain State.
With more than a hundred mountain ranges, Montana seems custom-built for bikers. Mountain biking in this state is very popular, and for a good reason – the scenery is spectacular, and the trails are challenging. Which trails are best? Let’s see for ourselves.
Idaho is known for its clean, unspoiled wildernesses. Go wheels down on any of these trails, and you’ll get an idea of what the rest of this country looked like hundreds of years ago. The state prides itself on preserving more than 60% of the land and maintaining it under the forestry service. It’s also a state that is actively encouraging mountain bikers. As a result, you’ll find some challenging trails that are also well-maintained. Here we’ll take an in-depth look at the top five trails in the state. There are plenty more to choose from, but we think these are the best by a long shot.
When it comes to mountain biking, it is hard to go wrong in Montana. The scenery is stunning, there is a lot of unspoiled wilderness, and there is a wide range of bike trails for everyone – from beginners right the way through to the most experienced cyclists. Let us have a look at some trails that you will find hard to ignore, shall we? We have focused on the more technical trails here, and side-stepped the beginner ones. If you need something a little easier, check out the Big Sky Resort.
One of the huge advantages of mountain biking is that you get to see the world from a whole new perspective. You get to choose sights that most people could really only dream about. You get to spend a lot of time out in nature. But to really call yourself a mountain biker, you need to actually find a few real mountain trails to tackle. If you want breathtaking scenery and a huge choice of trails, Colorado is the place to start. So, it is a great place to go for your next vacation. But where do you start? There is so much ground to cover that even avid bikers that have lived there their whole lives still have some exploring to do.
To help you out a bit, we’ve narrowed it down to the top bike trails. Be sure to start off with any of these on your next vacation, and you are bound to have an exhilarating experience.
When a non-resident thinks of Utah, they’re likely to think of the famous Salt Lake, the sweeping canyons, the Mormon-heavy history of the state, and not much else. Not many people associate mountain biking, hiking, or other outdoor physical activities aside from strolling along the canyon on a staged, guided tour. Fortunately, you don’t need to move across the country to get your mountain biking fix. Here are some of the best trails for mountain biking located right in beautiful Utah.
Houston is among America’s top cities and is named after Sam Houston, the first president of the Republic of Texas. It is the only US city with a unique set up and without zoning laws to limit land use. Mountain Bikers can access facilities such as hotels, hospitals, spare part shops and any other amenity they may require within their riding location.
Served by two major airports, the Bush Intercontinental and William P. Hobby, Houston is easily accessible to bikers. Compared to other major cities in America, house cost rates are the lowest in Houston, opening doors to bikers from all walks of life. Since the city’s climatic condition is hot and humid, summer is a favorable season for bikers to explore its trails.
Some people enjoy a casual stroll, others a more intensive hike, and still others like to take hiking to the next level: mountain biking! Fortunately, you don’t have to live in New England or along the Appalachians to enjoy the best outdoor scenery and exercise. Here are some of the best mountain cycling trails located right in Texas.
Though Florida is better known for the ocean and water sports like paddle boarding, there are beautiful landscapes just waiting for you. It’s that time of year when the bikers come out in full Spandex and helmets. Get out your 12-pack of water and start picking out your granola bars, because it’s time to head out on the trails you’ll love the most.