How to Find the Best Cycling Locations

Don't let your love of cycling wane because you're stuck in a rut. Use this guide to see what the rest of the world has to offer.

On weekend mornings in Las Vegas, you can usually find me cycling Highway 159 from the west side of town to the intersection of Highway 160. This out-and-back bike ride covers about 30 miles, heading straight through the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. With its incredible scenery, wide shoulders and excellent blend of terrain, this ride is the perfect way to start my weekend.

You don't have to fly to Las Vegas to find a great place to cycle, but biking in a new area is a fine experience for any cyclist. If you've been riding for awhile, your local trail or route might feel a little stale over time. Traveling to a new area can spice up your routine and renew your appreciation for the beauty of the outdoors.

RELATED: Indoor Cycling Probably Won't Make You Fit. Here's Why.

Read More >>


Photo Credit: Getty Images // Thinkstock

Topics: ACTION SPORTS | ENDURANCE TRAINING | WORKOUTS | CYCLING | BIKES | TERRAIN