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Ohio is full of great places to bike ride, especially during the summer. Our customer, Century Cycles, shares a few of its favorites in Northeast Ohio.

Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

The Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail ("The Towpath") generally follows the path of the Cuyahoga River and the old Ohio & Erie Canal. The terrain is mostly flat and smooth, and it’s suitable for children and adults of all abilities. The longest stretch runs about 35 miles. You can also travel between the Towpath and the Metroparks using the Connector Trail.


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Cleveland Metroparks Bedford Singletrack Mountain Bike Trail

Located in Bedford, Ohio, this is the newest mountain bike trail in the Cleveland Metroparks. It’s beginner-friendly for new mountain bikers and has several short loops.

Ashtabula County Covered Bridges Loop

Ashtabula County Covered Bridges Loop

This route was created by an employee from Century Cycles Rocky River store. It’s been featured in Bicycling Magazine as one of the 50 Best Rides in America. The route starts near the northern end of the Western Reserve Greenway, follows several scenic back roads and is just about 50 miles long.


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Little Miami Scenic Trail

This 78-mile path in Southwestern Ohio is perfect for long or leisure rides. It’s also known as the Rails to Trails Bike Path or the Loveland Bike Trail. Much of the path is paved for easy riding.

Olentangy River Greenway

Olentangy River Greenway

The Olentangy River Greenway is a 15-mile trail in Columbus with several starting points (so picking a distance is easy). This is a great path for both beginners and serious cyclists.


Ohio to Erie Trail

Ohio to Erie Trail

If you’re a seasoned biker and have a few days to ride, try out this trail. It starts in Cincinnati at the Ohio River and travels all the way to Lake Erie in Cleveland.

Learn more about where to bike ride in Ohio by visiting Century Cycle’s website.

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