6. Grand Staircase, Utah
Designated a national monument in 1996 by President Bill Clinton, this trail is one of the most popular roads beyond Zion National Park. It’s very narrow but affords views from above of spectacular rock formations and loads of colorful scenery. A truly memorable landscape, it offers a wealth of enjoyment for the E-Bike rider because you can just sit back, turn on pedal assist and enjoy your glorious surrounds!
Find out more about the Grand Staircase here.
7. Flume Trail, Lake Tahoe Nevada
While this trail involves many steep hills, we promise it will all be worth it! At just under 13 miles, the trail is best explored from May until October. After an initial uphill climb where you’ll need pedal assist to enjoy your surrounds, you’ll arrive at the end to soak in the breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and the fresh scent of pine trees. A crowd favorite, this trail offers all the beauty of nature.
Check out the Flume Trail website here.
8. Horseneck Road, Massachusetts
This road is truly a hidden gem. Because it’s little-known, it has little traffic and offers a relatively flat ride. The countryside is lush and fertile and is known as the Heritage Farm Coast. Offering the most temperate climate in New England you’ll cruise past huge dairy farms, cornfields, and bountiful vineyards which border the Westport River as it leads to the Atlantic. We highly recommend this as a scenic route where you can sit back and enjoy both your E-Bike and your surrounds.
If you’re enamored of the Buzzard’s Bay region, here are five more trails to explore.
9. Greenbrier River Trail, West Virginia
Voted one of the top 50 trails in the USA by MSN in 2019 and one of the top 10 hiking trails by Backpacker Magazine, this place is a must-visit when in Virginia! The longest of its kind in West Virginia, this trail offers stunning views of the Appalachian Mountains. You will meander through small towns, cross 35 bridges and ride through two tunnels as you venture through some of West Virginia’s most remote areas. And when you’ve finished your ride? Celebrate your success with a dip in the inviting Greenbrier River!
Find out more about this spectacular place here.
10. Cady Hill Forest, Vermont
One of the most ridden networks in the northeast, the Cady Hill Forest offers diverse terrain, right in the heart of Stowe Village with 11 miles of multi-use trails. With a variety of steep, rocky, flowy, and smooth paths, you won’t want to miss the photo opportunities afforded by the surrounding forest and Green Chair Overlook, a chairlift hanging alongside the trail. This is a great trail because it’s easily accessible and offers something for everyone.
Here’s some more info on recommended rides or take a closer look at the terrain with photos shared by like-minded cyclists here.
Let us know if we missed any of your favorite trails. We’re always on the lookout for more to add to our bucket list! The easiest way to do this is to join our Facebook EBC owners’ group to share your stories and connect with the broader EBC family.