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We all love freedom and travel, long for blue waves and beaches, long for forests and green fields, and like the feeling of flying freely in the sea breeze. From Hawaii to Florida, from California to New Jersey, when you travel, don’t forget to get on your bicycle or electric bike, slow down, quietly enjoy the wind and sunshine, and appreciate the meaning of travel.
Looking for the best bike trails near me? You'll love these most beautiful coastal cycling trails.
Not far from Boston, the most historic, artistic, and hippie tourist destination in the United States, there is a small island called Nantucket. After visiting all kinds of weird and interesting museums, you must go to this unique island to get a closer look at New England's lighthouses and beaches.
Nantucket Island is flat, with few slopes, 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) long and 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers) wide. In addition, the island's motor vehicles are very bicycle-friendly, making it very suitable for cycling. You can bring your own bicycle to the island by ferry, or you can rent a bicycle on the island.
On Dionis Beach on the island, stands the oldest lighthouse in the United States. On the beach on the Surfside roadside, look carefully and you will encounter sea lions unexpectedly, and you will also find many strange-shaped shells - take your children to ride bicycles, pick shells, dig sand pits, and let time pass by. Nantucket is the perfect place to while away the years.
Jekyll Island, Georgia
Jekyll Island is a three and a half hour drive from Orlando, Florida. The island’s “bicycle craze” dates back a century. This was once the "Winter Palace" and "Back Garden" of the Rockefeller family.
In addition to beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife, this area is also one of the earliest areas developed by pioneers. Ancient buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries are nestled among green trees and along the seaside road.
The island's famous Jekyll Island Club Hotel and unique farm buildings are connected by a 16-mile (26-kilometer) island-circling bicycle seaside trail. Take a slow bike ride, savor history, explore the beaches, and marvel at the island's unique natural environment and human history.
Lopez Island, Washington
Quietly pastoral and lush green all year round, Lopez Island is located in the Gulf Islands north of Seattle, Washington. The 33 miles (53 kilometers) of flat roads around the island are very vehicle-friendly and accommodating to cyclists of all ages.
Cycling counterclockwise is the best angle to appreciate the western coastal scenery, and also has a high chance of seeing killer whales, sea lions and various birds. There are also many canoes for rent in the bays of the island. When you are tired of riding, you can take a small boat on the calm, mirror-like sea and watch the ebb and flow of the Pacific Ocean.
Haleakala Volcano, Maui, Hawaii
The most beautiful and pleasant island in the Hawaiian Islands is probably Maui. There are no bustling shopping crowds here. Quiet and beautiful beaches are always in front of you. The world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala, has spectacular sunrise and sunset views, and Unique and beautiful geology like the surface of Mars.
The famous "Ride to the Sun" bicycle route involves climbing 3,000 meters, pedaling 38 miles (61 kilometers), riding against the whistling wind, all the way to the summit of Halekara volcano, waiting for you. The sun leaps out of the sea of clouds in the Pacific Ocean. Although some people may not like getting up in the middle of the night, the crowded mountain trails with bicycles, the bustling crowd watching the sunrise at the top of the volcano, and the biting cold wind, no one can resist the charming sunrise at the top of the peak and the top of the clouds. And the next 38 miles of riding down mountains and flying into the wind.
If you don’t like the hard work of riding a bicycle up the mountain, you can also choose to let the bicycle rental company take you to the top of the mountain like most people do, watch the sunrise, and experience a smooth ride downhill on a bicycle.
The southern tip of Florida is a string of beautiful islands and reefs extending toward the Caribbean Sea. A major project in the early 20th century built a railway, connecting these islands and reefs all the way to Key West, the southernmost tip of the United States. Today, it is a tourist destination in Florida and the "ends of the world" in the United States.
The 106-mile (170-kilometer) cycling trail is a cycling trail that connects these islands and reefs. It starts from Key Largo, not far from Miami, along the famous U.S. Highway 1, all the way to Key West. Along the way south, the Caribbean's famous blue-green waters, white sandy beaches and swaying coconut trees are closely followed. The historic railway bridge stands quietly and elegantly in the middle of the sea, waiting for visitors to explore.
If you have limited time and cannot cycle the entire 106 miles (170 kilometers), then starting from Key West, meeting you as you like, watching the sea and riding a bike to spend an afternoon is also a wonderful experience.
Huntington Beach, California
Southern California's famous warm sunshine and sandy beaches attract many tourists. Surfing is naturally Huntington Beach's world-renowned top activity, but cycling is a favorite activity among locals. Endless beaches, exquisite seaside towns, and a bicycle trail allow people to slowly swim and enjoy the leisurely beauty of Southern California.
There is an 8.5-mile (14-kilometer) seaside bike path in Orange County, south of Los Angeles, which passes through two of California's most beautiful beaches - Huntington Beach and New Port Beach. The vast Pacific Ocean can be seen along the driveway. Nothing left.
People are surfing, sunbathing, roller skating, or riding bikes on the beach, and the scenery you see becomes scenery. Don’t worry about going hungry, there are many restaurants and shops along the road where you can find your favorite taste. When you are tired from riding, sit on the beach, eat a vanilla ice cream, and watch the sunset in the Western Pacific slowly sink into the sea.
Peske Island State Park, Pennsylvania
If you have the chance to go around Pittsburgh, remember to go to Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes. Lakeside Paisque Isle State Park is located on a long peninsula.
In the beautiful spring season, when birds are singing and flowers are fragrant, riding along the peninsula’s 14 miles (22 kilometers) of bicycle trails offers panoramic views of the lakes and mountains. Stop when you are tired and have a picnic on the lakeside grassland with the infinite scenery.
Jersey Beach State Park
An hour and a half outside of Atlantic City, Beaches State Park is a slender protective strip that separates the mainland from the Atlantic Ocean. Deserted beaches, sand dunes, wild animals, everything here seems to travel through time, taking people back to the past: no buildings, no vendors.
At the end of the 8-mile (13-kilometer) bike path is Barnega, an old lighthouse, known locally as "Old Barney." Here, you can experience a pure and quiet journey of the heart.
Corpus Christi, Texas
There are waves and shadows of sails. White sailboats and colorful sails are passing through the Corpus Christi Bay next to the bicycle path. The huge retired aircraft carrier Lexington is also moored next to it, which is now a museum.
This beautiful bike path runs through the city center, passing several waterfront parks, the Navy Air Force Base, and several beautiful buildings. The 11-mile (18-kilometer) ride is not far or near, with beautiful scenery and a variety of shops. You can cycle at any time. You can stop to buy a cup of iced coffee and quietly watch the lone sail in the distance and the clear blue sky.
Oregon is the most bicycle-friendly state in the United States. This environmentally friendly state full of petty bourgeoisie and hippie culture is particularly friendly and welcoming to bicycles. When the famous West Coast Highway 101 runs through Oregon, the entire road was widened, thoughtfully leaving the best view of the ocean for bicycles.
Even if you don’t have time to ride the entire 101 Oregon section, you must still bike around the famous historic seaside town of Bandon. The 20-mile drive takes you freely and easily through artsy cafes, street shops full of culture, various restaurants full of atmosphere, and the huge group of strange rocks carved by wind and rain on the beach.