Bicycle Vacations in Kentucky
Find prime Kentucky mountain bike trails and road cycling routes
Biking is becoming one of the fastest-growing activities in the country and Kentucky's mountain bike
trails and road cycling
routes are becoming a tourism destination for travelers seeking top-notch bicycle vacations.
There are plenty of locations to ride here, with enough variety to keep any cyclist content. Kentucky mountain bike trails in the Land Between the Lakes and Daniel Boone National Forest regions provide bicycle adventures that cater to all skill levels and varieties of riding, from recreational beginners to world-class competitors to adventurous types on long-haul tours. There is also a featured mountain bike trail system at Mammoth Cave National Park—the constant temperatures make it perfect for summer or winter riding, and the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area features a network of five mountain bike trails that has received "epic" designation from the International Mountain Bicycling Association – a sure sign of memorable bicycle adventures to be had. Kentucky also offers thousands of miles of scenic roads for the cyclist seeking a leisurely cycling tour or training for a national title. Secondary roads around the town of London have made the Redbud Ride one of the most popular cycling events in the region. The Legacy Trail in Lexington attracts a number of riders in central Kentucky, and numerous scenic and historic towns in the Bluegrass Region are perfect for a cycling day trip or longer multi-day bicycle adventures.
With dozens of amateur and professional competitions
, as well as other organized rides, Kentucky is a great place for seriously fun bicycle vacations regardless of skill level.
Bicycle travel is a fun and frugal way to take in the sights around the Bluegrass State–view the route and trail listings below to learn more about our cycling destinations and trips. Ready for an adventure? Start planning a bicycle vacation in Kentucky today!
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1,200 acre equestrian center and farm in northern Fayette County, home to numerous equestrian organizations, Legacy trail connects downtown Lexington to Horse Park, 35 minute ...
A 100 acre underground cavern with a five- line underground zipline adventure, the world's first underground bike park with 12 miles of trails, swinging bridges, tour of 17 mi...
Goose Creek, Redbird River, South Fork Kentucky River, Redbird District Daniel Boone National Forest, Bert T. Combs RV Park and Campground Y-Holler Trail System
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Daniel Boone National Forest, Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail, Big South Fork Cumberland River, Big South Fork S...
Berea College Indian Fort Trail System, US Bike Route 76
Russell Creek, Green River, Green River Lake State Park
Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, Pennyrile State Forest, Jones-Keeney WMA, Tradewater River, Lake Beshear, Tradewater Canoes & Kayaks
Lake Cumberland, Cumberland River, Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery, Kentucky Pedal & Paddle.
600 miles in Kentucky, US Bicycle Route 76, begins in Crittenden County, travels east to Elkhorn City
This State Resort Park has it all—even its own airport! Besides a great location with scenic lake views, Lake Barkley’s recreational opportunities include guided monthly hikes...
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