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June 20, 2022
Nicer weather is here and it's the perfect time to head out on your bike. Plan a bike trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan this season. There is so much to see and do and it's the perfect place to take your EVRYjourney for a fun ride.
Ann Arbor is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the Midwest. With over 87 miles of bike paths and 900 parking spaces for bikes downtown, it is an accessible and safe place to ride. Spring, summer, and fall have great weather for riding with lower temperatures than in other Midwest cities. Fun shops and eateries mean plenty of places to stop and get a bite to eat or take in the scenery.
This former gravel quarry has been converted into a wonderful 54-acre park with a variety of mountain biking trails. There are trails for beginners and more advanced riders alike. When you need a break from pounding the dirt paths, take time to admire the wetlands, the pond, and the woods on the site.
Drive west of Ann Arbor about 30 miles and you will come to Waterloo, the largest state park in the LP. This is the perfect place for all you mountain bikers out there. There are 10 miles of trails built specifically for you. Two of the most popular are the Big Kame and Green Lake loops. Make sure you've got all your safety gear before you tackle these trails, including a sixthreezero helmet.
A smaller park, Bluffs Nature Area is quiet and rarely busy. The trail climbs up and down a glacial ridge so you will experience some fairly significant elevation changes. There are several short sections that are quite steep. Be sure to take a map along as the switchbacks overlap and may get confusing if it's your first time riding the trail.
This is a 20-mile trail that winds its way across Washtenaw County, border to border. You will ride through the cities of Dexter, Ann Arbor, and Ypsilanti with a final destination of North Hydro Park. The scenery is amazing. Take along a picnic in your Nantucket Gull & Bouy Front Wicker Basket and enjoy the view.
You will find this trail 12 miles northwest of Ann Arbor. You can rent bikes here or bring your own. The 3-mile paved trail loop runs by stunning rapids on the Huron River. There's also a 24-hole disc golf course. Stash your discs in a Rear Rack Bag and you'll be all set for a game or two.
This rail-trail follows the path of the old Michigan Air Line Railroad. It runs for 26 miles from Munith to Hamburg. It is also used by horses, so be sure to keep an eye out for their contributions. This trail is an excellent place to try an ebike, like Reach Your Destination 500W. If the 26 miles start to feel a bit long, just turn on the pedal-assist mode and you'll be riding easy.
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