Road biking Guides and Trips in United StatesBelow are popular Road biking guides and trips in United States that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Enjoy America's #1 recreation town by bike. This path starts in the plains, goes through town and ends in the mountains.
Headlands host beauty and history of San Francisco Bay Area
At over 10,000 feet in elevation, the Mineral Belt Loop Trail will take your breath in more ways than one.
A good day schedule when you have guests in town
lots of ruins, waterfalls, trains, and river views
Walk across one of the most beautiful bridges in the world with great views of San Francisco in the distance
Hike beside the famous broad beaches of Huntington on this easy, flat, paved multi-use trail.
Venture through a tunnel & over three trestles on your magical rail-trail journey from Atlanta, GA to the Alabama border
This trail runs from beautiful Mount Vernon, George Washington's home, to the stunning monuments of Washington D.C.
Top secret ruins, waterfalls, rivers, trains and 32 miles of hiking!!
Enjoy the open space of the country and the parks and riversides of Fort Worth as you wander this pretty urban trail.
See gorgeous Bay vistas and visit the Immigration Station.
This Westminster trail is a little over ten miles and is perfect for a family bike ride or just a quick weekend workout.
Visit 5 historic sites in Manhattan in 4 hours! A great tour of New York City
Kayak on the Elm Fork of the Trinity River. Explore the beauty of the Greenbelt on walking, biking, and equestrian trail
Enjoy this loop trail that meanders along creeks, beside a pond, through pumpkin fields and over Colorado hills.
Deep woods and towering vistas await at Marin County's most famous peak
Bay Area's best place to see California's giant redwoods
Just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, the Tammany Trace is Louisiana's premier rail-trail.
Isle du Bois State Park - Lost Pines Nature Trail. Take a casual walk from the visitors center to the lake and back