Kentucky has thousands of miles of roadways that attract cyclists every year. Several have been designated as official Kentucky Bicycle Routes, and many more local favorites can be found in every county in Kentucky. The TransAmerica Bike Trail, which stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic, travels through Kentucky, and highlights some of our best known attractions along the way.
Cycling events can be found in Kentucky all throughout the year. Many attract thousands of cyclists and travel over some of the best cycling landscapes in the country. Bicycling is a great way to experience the various regions and historic locations of Kentucky.
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15 mile linear park, open to hikers & cyclists.
HIking trails, paddling access to Floyds Fork, William F. Miles Fishing Lakes, event space, sports facilities, traditional park equipment
Berea College Indian Fort Trail System, US Bike Route 76
16500 acre forest and arboretum with hiking, biking, fishing (Lake Nevin Only) geo hiking, plants that are tagged and identifiable.
Approximately 150 miles of road routes connecting the distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, three routes currently established and mapped
Bicycle retail store, service & apparel, sponsors numerous cycling routes and events in West KY,
Begins at Cumberland Falls, travels north through London, Renfro Valley, Berea, Fort Boonesborough State Park, Kentucky Horse Park and Maysville
Elkhorn City, KY
4,600 acre park, 25 miles hiking trails, 12 miles of mountain biking trails, rock climbing, equine trails and private stable located in park, 60+ geocaches, paddling adventure...
Bicycle shop in Elizabethtown, repairs and rental services
Begins at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park, travels north through Campbellsville, Loretto, New Haven, Bardstown, Taylorsville, Shelbyville, Carrollton and Warsaw
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