My favorite activity has always been biking. It seems like most of us have owned a bicycle at one time, but a few years ago I switched to a mountain bike since some trails aren't meant for bicycles. Though biking can be fun and a great outdoor activity, it is also proven to be extremely healthy.
The USA has some fantastic bike trails, and most of them are suitable for any kind of cyclist. After doing a few myself, I realized the possibilities are endless- from mountain biking trails to weekend cycling trails.
Anyhow, here are three of my favorite trails
First, I would like to share with you Hugh S. Branyon's backcountry trail-Rosemary Dunes Trailhead
One of the most famous and must-ride routes for mountain bikes. Mountain bikers with intermediate or advanced experience should consider the Slickrock Trail, which is about 9 miles long and heavily trafficked. While the main trial was challenging and long, the nearby Practice loop was shorter and much more enjoyable. It was great to see so many butterflies.
Those of you looking for a real challenge might appreciate the Slickrock Trail in Moab, Utah
One of the most famous and must-ride routes for mountain bikes. Mountain bikers of any ability level should consider the Slickrock Trail, an 8.9 mile heavy trafficked loop. While I enjoyed the nearby 1.7 miles Practice loop, it is ideal for beginners and those looking for practice.
Idaho's Boise River Greenbelt is the trail I absolutely love. With 46 miles of paved bike trails, you can explore nearby neighborhoods, businesses like restaurants and cafes, as well as wineries with outdoor seating and live music along the way. If you are seeking a little additional adventure, feel like a local surfing in the manmade rapids at the whitewater park during spring and summer.
Never forget to stay hydrated regardless of the trail you're on. Be sure to drink enough water. As for myself, I carry this amazing Bottle everywhere I go. The water stays cool and fresh for up to 12 hours. I like a cold drink no matter what the weather's like so if you want to see more click the link.
We'd also like to hear about your favorite trail. Just let us know in the comments below. I'm looking forward to it!