1. Rickenbacker Trail:
This fully paved, eight and a half route is one of the best around. It is near Key Biscayne and is in the Rickenbacker causeway. Due to this the air is as fresh as possible and the view is amazing. You can make different stops and enjoy everything that the trail has to offer. Remember to pack some sunscreen and keep hydrated and be prepared to be amazed by the view.
2. Old Cutler Trail:
This is one of the best trails in Miami. It is almost eleven miles long and is fully paved, but the trees might create some bumpy parts around the trail. It offers one of the best views of the Biscayne Bay, so if you want to relax and unwind a little bit try going through this trail.
3. Commodore Trail: This trail offers amazing places to visit during the ride, it is about five miles long. Some of the amazing places you can visit are the Museum of Science or Planetarium and the Vizcaya museum. There are a lot of parks you can go to if you want to take a rest or if you want to make a quick stop.
This one is kind of different, this trail will take you through a more natural place. This fully paved fifteen miles trail takes you through another kind of riding, you will be surrounded by wildlife. You will go through the Everglades and your mind will be blown by the beauty of the trail. This Trail is perfect if you want to take a small break of the city and want to be in touch with nature, but be careful you’ll probably see a couple of alligators through the road.
5. Biscayne Trail:
This trail is shorter but is really comfortable to travel, it is about three miles long and fully paved but if you like longer rides you can do this one just after the Old Cutler Trail.
6. Amelia Trail:
This is one of the favorites for mountain bikers. It offers different levels of difficulty through its course, so even if you are a beginner or a really advanced rider, you should find a comfortable riding course through this unpaved eight mile trail. The view is also really good and the trail is covered by all kinds of trees and foliage.
7. Snake Creek Trail:
This one is pretty easy and pretty good for beginners and people who want to relax. This three miles trail is fully paved and you can find parks to take a break or to sit peacefully while enjoying the views.
8. Oleta River State Park:
This one is also really good for mountain bikers, and like the Amelia Trail it has trails for both beginners and experts. With about fifteen miles of trails it is one of the best places for mountain biking in Miami, and if you’re not too much into mountain biking they also have paved trails and novice trails. So if you are trying to get into mountain biking, try going to the Oleta River State Park and pick a trail for your level of expertise.
This trail is short but really cool, as you will have one of the best views of the Biscayne Bay. It goes near the Cape Florida Lighthouse that is the oldest structure in all Miami. So if you want not only to have a bike ride, but visit interesting places you should check this one out.
Before you go biking, you should take some things into account when picking a trail. First, you should know how long you want the trail to be and how much time you have to go through it. Try going through trails that are not too difficult for you and always take into account your expertise level when making this decision. You should always be safe while going through this trails and you should avoid overdoing, don’t go beyond your capacities as it may harm you. Remember to be well prepared, pack all the things you need like sunscreen, bug repellent and enough water for the trail.