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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513 acres, 2.25 miles of trails, some open for both bikers and hikers, bmx track, activities center, outdoor athletic fields
153 acre park, borders Kentucky River, boat access ramps, 167 site campground, working fort with demonstrations, Kentucky River Walk Trail
600 miles in Kentucky, begins in Crittenden County, travels east to Elkhorn City
Golden Pond, KY
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
100 mile mutli use trail, circles the city of Louisville, connects to numerous parks and trail systems
Begins in Franklin, Kentucky, travels north to Mammoth Cave National Park, other stops along tour include Rough River Dam State Resort Park, Cloverport and Hawesville.
Mammoth Cave, KY
Mammoth Cave National Park home to longest cave system in the world, approximately 90 miles of trails (hiking, biking, horses), camping, plus canoeing and kayaking on Green Ri...
Begins at Land Between the Lakes, travels east throught Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, Bowling Green, Mammoth Cave, Danville, Red River Gorge end in Prestonsburg and Jenn...
65 miles in Kentucky, total trail 3000 miles through 7 states, enters Kentucky outside Wickliffe, travels south to Tennessee State Line west of Reelfoot National Wildlife Refu...
Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, road cycling, camping, Sheltowee Trace, Cave Run Lake, Daniel Boone National Forest
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