Black Fly Challenge

The Annual Black Fly Challenge is now in the record book. With more than 350 riders hitting the 40-mile course between Indian Lake and Inlet, it is one of the larger bike rides in the region, but there is no competition for the diversity of bikes that can be seen out on the course. As […]

Colorful Bike Ride along Lake George

One of the most scenic rides in the Adirondacks follows the shore of beautiful Lake George from Lake George Village to Ticonderoga. But mid-Summer is not the best time to ride Rt 9N, as itĀ  is a very busy road with shoulders that vary from 1 inch to 2 feet, and compounding that lack of […]

Check out Some of the Best Bicycling in the East

The region’s 15 Scenic Byways provide the framework for thisĀ Bike-the-Byways presentation of bike routes, mountain bike rides and bike paths throughout the region. The Byways vary in length from 17 to 190 miles, and each offers a unique set of scenic, historic, cultural and recreational resources. Many of the Scenic Byways have their own websites […]

Bike Wilmington Website is LIVE

And is it ever – one of most impressive bicycling sites the region has seen and it covers all aspects of the sport in the Wilmington – Lake Placid area, right on the Olympic Byway. Bike Wilmington NY is just getting started and features: The new Flume Trails and Hardy Road Trails with rides for […]

Large Mountain Bike Loop Trail System near Speculator

Speculator has one of the most extensive signed mountain bike trails systems in the Adirondack region. The trail system consists of two bike loops, the larger is 13.7 miles long, and the shorter Kunjamuk Cave loop is 7.2 miles long. All trail signs make reference to the Speculator ball field, in both directions of travel. […]

Biking the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway

Starting at the north in Malone 10 miles from the border with Canada, or at the south along the Old Erie Canal in Fonda, the Adirondack Trail winds through the center of the Adirondack Park. Ride along the Sacandaga River in the southern end, along the shores of large lakes in the central portion, and […]