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Where To Ride
Central Florida has a lot to offer when it comes to trails. We've listed a few of our favorite local trails along with brief descriptions below including what kind of bikes are best suited for each trail. If YOU have a favorite trail that you want to see mapped here, first subscribe to our mailing list on our Contact page, then send your suggestion to email@example.com!
Chain of Lakes Trail
Paved Trail- Road, Cruiser, Urban, Fitness, and Gravel Bikes
The Chain of Lakes Trail offers a fairly easy down and back ride through Winter Haven that passes by Lakes Alfred, Haines, and Rochelle. Expect a family friendly ride with a few slow intersections, and the opportunity to stop at a park, playground, and garden. You'll get some neat views of the lakes, while staying close to downtown dining and entertainment.
Marshall Hampton Reserve and Panther Point
Mix of Packed Gravel, Sand, and Mowed Grass- Gravel and MTB
Located within the Marshall Hampton Reserve, the Panther Point Trail offers a more immersive nature experience. This trail winds through forested areas and wetlands. You can explore the network of trails in the reserve, and take the longer ride out to Panther Point for views of Lake Hancock.
TECO Auburndale Trail
Paved Trail- Cruisers, Urban, Road, CX and Gravel Bikes
This 9.6-mile out-and-back trail in Auburndale connects to the Van Fleet Trail for an additional 29 miles of uninterrupted paved trail. This trail is great for biking, running, and walking, and it's unlikely you'll encounter many other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.
Circle B Bar Reserve
Packed Sand / Dirt- MTB, Gravel, CX and some Urban/ Fitness Bikes with wide tires and good tread.
Circle B Bar Reserve is a great destination for nature enthusiasts and cyclists alike. Its trail system offers opportunities to pedal through diverse ecosystems, including marshes and oak hammocks. Cyclists can spot alligators, wading birds, and other wildlife while enjoying the tranquility of this natural gem.