What are your favorite places to explore? With countless resources to discover new biking trails from coast to coast, it can sometimes be overwhelming to narrow down a trail that best suites your needs and interests. Trail search engines, online articles, and referrals are great ways to find you perfect path.
When searching for new trails, there are a couple of resources that our team suggests turning to. AllTrails and TrailLink are great search engines to use when looking for routes in a specific state, city, or county. For eBike-specific trail recommendations, Wired, Electric Bike Review, and Electrek all have helpful articles highlighting industry favorites!
Best of all, referrals from a friend are awesome for discovering new trails. Our team here at Lectric is lucky to encompass wonderful people from all over the US. We asked them where their favorite trails were, and the responses were plentiful!
Check out the list below for our crew's favorite trails. We know that this is only inclusive of a select few states and regions that our team is partial to, but let us know where your favorite trails are by mentioning us on Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok!
Sun City - New River Trail West
- This entire route is paved and uninterrupted, beautiful suburban Phoenix trail.
- Donut loop, one of the most impressive cycling spots in LA.
San Diego - Bayshore Bikeway (Silver Strand) Trail
- A beautiful coastal trail with long, wide, and paved paths. There are some dirt and gravel options along the route.
San Diego - Mission Bay Bike Path
- Incorporates almost 12 miles of flat, scenic bike paths along most of the interior of the bay.
Newport Beach - Newport Balboa Bike Path
- Paved path starting at the Santa Ana River and proceeds through Newport Beach along the waterfront.
Jacksonville - Jacksonville-Baldwin Rail-Trail
- Asphalt trail under a dense tree canopy spanning nearly 15 miles.
Decorah - Trout Run Trail
- Asphalt / concrete 11 mile trail along the beautiful Upper Iowa River.
Prior Lake - Murphy-Hanrehan Singletrack Trail
- Over 10 miles of trails and loops, rated from easy to advanced.
Louisville - Platte River State Park Bike Trails
- A nearly 7 mile loop trail near South Bend, NE.
Lincoln - MoPac Trail East
- A crushed-stone pathway traversing prairie, woodland and farmland on the outskirts of Lincoln.
NEW JERSEY :
High Bridge - Columbia Trail
- A 15 mile crushed-stone trail continuing through a beautiful evergreen canopy.
NEW YORK :
Westchester - North County Trail
- 20 mile rail trail made of asphalt. It is also part of the statewide Empire State Trail.
- 13 mile asphalt trail stemming from the first major paved highway in the Northwest.
San Antonio - San Antonio River Walk Hike & Bike Path
- 30 mile asphalt path on both sides of the San Antonio River. Perfect for sight-seeing in San Antonio!
Long Beach - Discovery Trail
- 8 mile asphalt path with outstanding views of the ocean, grassy dunes, and forest groves