Hunterdon County is a premier destination for cyclists of all ages and skill levels. From our winding county roads, quaint towns, villages, and historic sites, to our beautiful scenic vistas and gorgeous natural resources, there is something for everyone looking for a reason to jump on their bike!
Looking for a relaxing ride alongside a lazy river? How about a more challenging ride along rolling hills? Maybe you are looking for something in between that allows you ride alongside a historic river, by working farms, and through rustic country towns. Hunterdon County provides year-round opportunities for cyclists to enjoy all of the above and more!
Popular Hunterdon Bike Routes
The Hunterdon Plateau is 60 square miles of fairly flat farmland west of Flemington, and a cyclist's paradise. Kingwood is at the western boundary of the plateau and this loop remains more...
This ride takes the cyclist around the northwest corner of the county, starting on the Hunterdon Plateau with its fairly flat country roads. The route heads down to the beautiful Delaware River and follows more...
There are some busy roads on this route, so be ready for some single file riding. Riders will be rewarded mid-ride with some very scenic rural roads. more...
Riders owe it to themselves to bike through Lambertville either before or after this ride and enjoy the galleries, antique shops, restaurants, and other quirky things in this town along the Delaware more...
Enjoy mile upon mile of picturesque Hunterdon farmland as you travel toward the Green Sergeant's Covered Bridge, the only remaining more...
Cyclists of all ages and skill levels will enjoy the D&R Canal Towpath Ride. The path is surfaced with compacted grit, providing a smooth enjoyable ride. more...
This tree shaded route follows the course of the meandering Lamington River, offering many scenic views. Black River Road connects the quaint more...
This moderately hilly 28.6 mile circuit circumnavigates the cool waters of the Round Valley Reservoir and some of its outlying areas. You’ll enjoy winding more...
The Columbia Trail is a converted railroad bed. The trail features beautiful scenery along a relatively flat, compact dirt path. About 5 miles into the trail you will enter the town of Califon. An additional more...
The Landsdown Trail is 1.8 miles long stretches from Lower Landsdown Road to the center of Clinton Borough. The trail's natural surface is conducive to hiking, biking, and cross country skiing. The trail more...