Best Adventure Travel Destinations for Bikers

Jonah Andersson November 27, 2011
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What are the best adventure travel destinations for bikers?

Bermuda's Railway Trail

For fans of cycling, there are plenty of places to go that are exciting and full of adventure. Biking is a great way to see the country, whether you want to review the countryside, mountains, beaches, or other great natural sights. The following are some of the best adventure travel destinations for bikers.

Bermuda’s Railway Trail

For those that like a tropical island atmosphere, there’s no better place to go biking than Bermuda. It crosses the entire island, where the trains used to run. The views from the trail are gorgeous in many spots. Much of the trail is a motor vehicle free, though there are sections where the trail is interrupted.

Mississippi River Trail

There are plenty of great places to see along the Mississippi River, including St. Louis, New Orleans, and more. This trail also offers a wide variety, as it is over 2,000 miles long and you can start wherever you like and see the parts of the country that are most interesting to you.

Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain

The trails around here are a great way to see the north, as they go through parts of Canada, New York, and Vermont. The views of the lake are stunning, and the trail itself involves a number of loops and other challenging and interesting paths, making the cycling a bit more interesting and varied.


It’s so secret that the scenery in Ireland is something that you’ll want to look at for a long time, so taking a long cycling trip through the green hills is a great idea. The Southern Trail is 53 miles long and goes through Limerick and Kerry. Try visiting in the spring or summer to see Ireland in all of its green glory.


The Munda Biddi Trail in Australia is one of the most exciting in the world, so if you’re planning to travel to Australia to bike this is one that you definitely don’t want to miss. It’s a nature based trail, so you’ll see plenty of great scenery as you ride along. It’s 1,000 kms long going through the undeveloped natural world, so it’s a unique opportunity to be able to bike for so long without running into industrialized cities.

You also get to travel through a variety of different types of scenery and nature, including forests and bushlands. There are portions of the trail for every ability level, so if you want a challenge with loops and spurs you’ll find it in parts of the trip here.


About the Author:

J.J. Strong is the author of the cycling in Italy blog. It’s a free
blog that reviews the best cycling tours in Italy with and in depth review of the best Tuscany bike tours to help travellers discover uncommon ways to visit Italy by

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