Road Biking in the Adirondacks

Road Biking
The Adirondack Coast is renowned for its great road biking. Scenic bike routes, ranging in difficulty, cross through the Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains while historic sites, small towns and postcard views offer plenty of opportunity for rest and recreation along the way.

Board a ferry and spend the day exploring nearby Burlington, VT.   Or journey 60 miles north to Montreal, QC and experience the city Bicycling magazine rated the number one cycling city in North America. Whatever your speed, we have what you’re looking for. 
Taste of the Coast - 43.7 miles, moderate
Coffee to Coffee - 26.0 miles, moderate 
Plattsburgh's War of 1812 Bike Trail - 22.4 miles, easy
Adirondack Coast Agricultural Ride - 29.0 miles, easy
Adirondack Coast Wine Trail - 60.4 miles, moderate
Point au Roche Family Ride - 6.1 miles, easy 
The Flatlander - 21.1 miles, easy
Acres of Apples- 24.4 miles, easy
The William H. Miner Story - 35.3 miles, easy
Monuments, Mills and Music - 35.6 miles, moderate
Over the Hills and Far Away - 45.2 miles, difficult
The Climber- 38.0 miles, difficult
State Bicycle Route 9 - varies in length and diffculty

Free Biking Map

Free Biking Map
Get six themed rides with maps and route descriptions along the Adirondack Coast. 
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Adirondack Bike Shops

Bike Shops & Rentals
Local cycle shops are well equipped to get your cycling adventure rolling. 
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