Best Road Biking in New Mexico

This list represents the most popular road biking in New Mexico. Use this list to plan your next New Mexico road biking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Albuquerque has a network of designated bike paths throughout the city, the longest and ...
This local favorite starts at the beautifully landscaped State Capitol and makes a big ...
Cochiti Lake, about halfway between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, offers camping, fishing, ...
Sierra Blanca is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico. It is ...
An out and back with rolling hills going out to La Ventana, a large rock arch. Road: ...
If you love cycling out in the country, this route through the beautiful Mora River valley ...
This out-and-back starts at the same place—just north of the historic Santa Fe Plaza—as ...
For a quarter century the Red River Chamber of Commerce held the twenty-fourth annual ...
Sandia Crest Scenic Byway ascends to the very crest of the Sandia Mountains (elevation ...
Taos is steeped in history and famed for its art, its studios and galleries, and its famous ...
Ride from bike shop to bike shop for more than 40 miles along a scenic back road that ...
More than 2,000 bicyclists ride the annual Santa Fe Century in the spring. Some participants ...
Are you ready for a real challenge? This hill climb will put your granny gear to work. ...
This ride begins where the Santa Fe Trail ended. A plaque on the southeast corner on the ...
There is no shortage of ancient ruins to visit in New Mexico. Before you get on the bike ...
I found this loop on the New Mexico Touring Society’s Web site, and the Mesilla Valley ...
Georgia O’Keeffe loved the Southwest. On this loop you will see some of the landscape ...
If you just arrived in Taos to do the Enchanted Circle or the High Road, this moderate ...
"One learns more by going around than by cutting across.” This is the motto of the Perimeter ...
Cycle into New Mexico’s colonial past. The High Road to Taos, one of the most popular ...
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