Over 600 miles of hiking and biking trails have earned the Roanoke Valley the distinction of being the "Best Trail Town" in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The biking in the Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge presents an abundance of choices for all cyclists.
What's your preference - fat-tire adventure on rugged trails, leisurely rides along the riverfront, or cruising on your road bike along scenic byways? You can have it all in Virginia's Blue Ridge! And with our mild climate, biking is an activity that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
It's no surprise we earned the title of being one of the most bike-friendly areas in the United States by USA Today Travel.
Challenging terrain awaits at Carvins Cove - nationally known among mountain bikers and featured on Outside TV - and elsewhere in the beautiful mountains surrounding the Roanoke Valley, making the region known as one of the best mountain biking destinations on the East Coast.
The Blue Ridge Parkway and many other scenic backroads are the stuff that road cyclists' dreams are made of.
Looking for something in between? Perhaps a short, but scenic ride suitable for every member of the family? At over 30 miles in length, the Roanoke Valley Greenways are an extensive network of paths that make for terrific options for a leisurely ride.
Pedal power is a great way to get around Virginia's Blue Ridge.
The following is a list of biking trails and bike shops in the region.