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Where To Ride

Explore Houston And Beyond

There is no better way to get to know your community and its surroundings than to explore it by bicycle. Below you'll find some great resources on mountain bike and road trails to guide you through Houston. From our very own Tour de Bike Barn along Galveston Bay to area state parks like Brazos Bend and Lake Houston, there are trails for every level of rider. Our staff would love to help you find trails near you, so be sure to ask next time you're in.

Local Ride Maps


City Ride - Road/Hybrid

Around 20 miles

Loop on the road from our University store, best for low traffic weekend mornings.


Lake Houston - Road

Around 40 miles

Loop starting and ending in Atascocita.


Lake Houston - Road

Around 50 miles

Loop starting and ending in Atascocita.


City Ride - Road/Hybrid

Around 20 miles

Route from the Montrose area mostly on bike paths.


Chappell Hill -  Gravel 

Around 55 miles

Gravel Ride starting at a BBQ restaurant in Chappell Hill northwest of the city.


Chappell Hill - Gravel 

Around 80 Miles

Add some miles to our Chappell Hill gravel ride.

Know before you go. Take a look at the local trail conditions and be prepared before you get there!

GHORBA

The Greater Houston Off-Road Biking Association (GHORBA) is dedicated to establishing Houston as the best urban city for off-road cycling. We have so many trails in and around Houston to choose from - check out the GHORBA website for up-to-date information.

Mountain Bike Texas

The mission of Mountain Bike Texas is to significantly lessen the time you spend searching the internet for accurate trail information and to serve as a gateway for anything you may be looking for in the realm of mountain biking.  So save yourself some time, take a look at Mountain Bike Texas, and get out there and ride!