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.

Mountain bikers will delight in the varied terrain of Nevada’s trails. In northern Nevada, the Tahoe Rim Trail is a must. Forming a 165-mile loop around Lake Tahoe, this trail offers views of Lake Tahoe’s crystal blue waters. Peavine Mountain, the Virginia City Imba-Epic Ride and the Comstock Bicycle Ride also provide challenging terrain in the Reno and Carson Valley areas. In rural Nevada, the Austin Mountain Bike Trail Network offers canyons, loops and runs through sagebrush and rocky hills. Try Winnemucca’s Bloody Shins Trail or Harrison Pass in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. And in southern Nevada, explore the Bootleg Canyon Trails of Boulder City, the twists and turns of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the Logandale Trails System in Overton.

Road bikers will be equally impressed with Nevada’s pavement. In northern Nevada, ride the Tour of the Comstock in Virginia City where you’ll pass old mines and historic buildings. See the hot springs and ranches that make up the majestic Carson Valley on the Sierra Foothills Tour. And view giant tufa formations on the Pyramid Lake Tour. In Elko, take the Lamoille Canyon Tour, one of the most scenic rides in the state. In the Las Vegas area, ride the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Tour and the Blue Diamond Loop where you’ll view gorgeous red sandstone and wild burros.

Whichever path you choose, you’ll find that Nevada caters to mountain bikers and road bikers of all skill levels. Push and pull as you explore Nevada’s infinite biking terrain.