For cruising around the city, Denver's bike paths offer a good way to get a workout and enjoy the urban setting. Cheesman Park and Washington Park both have nice bike trails as well. For those looking to test their mettle against more vertical terrain, Lookout Mountain is one of Colorado's classic road biking test pieces. This steep, paved road is in nearby Golden and climbs to a high overlook where you can visit the grave of Buffalo Bill Cody. And for serious climbing, try riding your bike up the paved (but somewhat bumpy) Mount Evans road. As one of America's highest paved roadways, this epic ride tops out over 14,000 ft. atop one of Colorado's highest peaks. Finally, to get out to flatter, longer rides into the countryside, nearby Boulder has great routes that go to the farming communities of Hygiene and Lyons, along with canyon routes that climb up into the mountains.