Biking trails are abundant in and around Cincinnati. Whether you want to bike on the city trails or take in the views of the Ohio river there is a bike trail for everyone.
This trail is part of the Otto Armleder Park located just east of Cincinnati loops along wide, paved route within 238 acres of open meadows. Bike along the southeast end of the park to overlook the Little Miami River or along the southwest side of Armleder Park to connectt with Lunken Airport’s bike path.
If you are wanting some Cincinnati views, visit Covington’s Devou Park. Ride up to Devou’s highest hill, Memorial Overlook, for a panoramic view of Cincinnati and Covington.
Ride over eight miles of their backcountry biking trails or take a more casual ride down their paved trails. Biking is a perfect way of transportation through the park to enjoy all it has to offer including scenic nature trails, golf, picnic areas, fishing, museum, tennis, concerts, and more. Bike rentals within Devou Park are available by the hour or the day with various options to meet your or your family’s needs.
Giles Conrad Park in Boone County is perfect for any biking beginners. Offering a flat paved 1.3 mile walking and biking trail, it features a mixture of river views and large open green space.
Ideal for a day with kids; after a family bike ride enjoy a picnic overlooking the Ohio River or play on the playground area, basketball court, or fitness stations also located in the park.
This riverside biking trail is perfect for beginners. Young ones can enjoy an easy, smooth ride with plenty of other attractions to stop and rest along the way if needed such as landscaping, award-wining sculptures, and even restaurants.
Conveniently located east of Downtown Cincinnati, there is no reason not to visit Friendship Park for a quick bike ride.
70 miles of trail staged from Loveland, Milford, Newtown, Miami Township, and Lebanon make up what is affectionately known as “Loveland Bike Trail.” It is actually part of Little Miami State Park and most of the