Blueberry Hill Ramble Professional Review and Guide
"Taos is steeped in history and famed for its art, its studios and galleries, and its famous figures like Georgia O’Keeffe, D. H. Lawrence, and Thomas Wolfe. The town sits in a large valley up against the base of the highest mountains in the state, while the Rio Grande cuts a deep gorge through the mesa to the west. This easy loop around the city is suitable for any level of rider.
You can make it a brisk cruise, or take some time off the bike to visit one of the best museums in Taos and one of the most painted and photographed adobe churches in the Southwest. The Taos Plaza, just a block and a half away from the start, is worth a walking tour, and side roads off the loop lead to the Taos Pueblo and the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge for an additional 20 miles on the bike. Terrain: Relatively little elevation gain; any ascent is gradual."