Road Bike and Mountain Bike the Adirondacks
This area has a long history as an Adirondack cycling destination. Scenic road tours, gravity assisted dirt thrills, and wilderness-logging routes are just some of the many reasons to come here on your next bike vacation. Road riders can enjoy the seldom-traveled roads along the Sacandaga River, and mountain bikers can challenge themselves on the exciting new lift-serviced terrain at Oak Mountain. There is a cycling experience for all in the Adirondacks.
Event challenge, scenic roads, and dirt riding
The famous Black Fly Challenge held annually between Inlet and Indian Lake takes hundreds riders on a 40-mile trip though the Moose River Plains, and is one of the highlights of the riding season. Riding bikes on the pristine Moose River Plains Road is not limited to this event however. All throughout the warmer months riders can enjoy spinning their wheels on this well maintained wilderness road. This area is also home to a series of well signed dirt loops that take riders along closed pavement sections and dirt roads.
For a different riding experience try Fern Park, a popular recreation area in Inlet
Cycle the Adirondacks
Road bike enthusiasts will find no shortage of quiet roads throughout Hamilton County. Any of the state roads make for excellent riding with quiet traffic and smooth pavement. The scenery as you parallel Indian Lake on Route 30 and then tour up to Blue Mountain Lake on Route 28 is absolutely spectacular.