Cycling/Biking

Nevada offers thousands of miles of trails and routes of every skill level for mountain bikers and road bikers alike to explore. From mountains and highways to valleys and backcountry roads, each will be rewarded with the spectacular Nevada scenery and breathtaking views.

Nevada Adventures

Swapping Single Track For Killer Views and High Brow Bites at The Edible Pedal 100

An Expert Mountain Biker Accepts A Friendly Wager When Trading In The Single Track For The Asphalt At The Annual Edible Pedal 100: A Mishmash of Gourmet Food Accompanied by A Panoramic Bike Ride in Northern Nevada 

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Pedaling Park to Park with David Low

Ride Along With Spring Mountain Park's Ranger As He Crushes Caliente's Annual Park to Pedal Annual Cycling Event

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Discover & Do

Lamoille, NV

The Lamoille Canyon Scenic Byway follows a U-shaped, sheerwalled canyon flush with summer wildflowers and spectacular colors in the fall. Campgrounds and picnic areas are available. At the top are restrooms and trails leading to the backcountry. Fishing, biking, and snowmobiling are some of the more popular activities in the area.

Comstock Bicycle Ride
Lake Tahoe, NV

Ride along a ridgeline with scenic views of the Lake Tahoe Basin to the west and Carson Valley to the east.

Henderson, NV

Much of this trail that will ultimately connect Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Henderson and other areas in the Las Vegas Valley through the River Mountains is still under construction.

Bloody Shins Trail
Winnemucca, NV

The name itself is a challenge to the die-hard mountain biker, and the reality doesn’t disappoint. The Bloody Shins Trail, the first developed in the Winnemucca Mountain Bike Trail System, runs seven to seventeen arduous miles. The trailhead can be found right on the edge of town, which is supremely convenient for residents and visitors alike.

Reno, NV

Peavine Mountain is northwest of Reno and provides trails used mostly by locals.