Exploring on Two Wheels

May 23, 2023

Spring weather is here, and May is national bike month! It’s the perfect time to get outside on two wheels. You can easily attach a bike rack to your coach – we recommend you consult with a dealer for proper installation. There are so many bike trails all over the country – from coast to coast, you can find the perfect terrain for your ride: 

  • Highway One in Big Sur, California: Great cliffside views of the Pacific Coastline
  • Canyonlands National Park in Utah: Incredible rock formations, caves, and rivers
  • Flume Trail in Lake Tahoe, Nevada: Gorgeous canyons, lakes, and amazing heights (1,600 ft above sea level)
  • Colorado Trail in Denver, Colorado: Advanced, mountain biking trail with tough terrain for experienced riders
  • Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, Missouri: Multiple cycling routes on roads and pathways, designed for all abilities 
  • Huron Sunrise Trail in northeast Michigan: Quiet, 10-mile bike path follows stunning views of Lake Huron
  • Island Line Trail in Burlington, Vermont: 14 miles of rail-trail with incredible views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks
  • Palmetto Trail in South Carolina: This paved bike trail is the longest in the state, with 31 passages over 40 miles running from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Intracoastal Waterway
  • West Orange Trail in Winter Garden, Florida: A 22-mile route just outside of Orlando, well-marked and smoothly surfaced paths

No matter where your road travels take you, be sure to bring your bicycle along and explore all the beautiful bike trails across America!

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