Climb up Signal Mountain before descending into the rolling countryside of Sequatchie Valley along this classic 75-mile loop.
A gorgeous road loop with challenging climbs and ultra-sweet descents. This is a long, somewhat difficult route that experienced local riders know and love.
This ride has got a little bit of everything: accessibility, steep climbs, fast descents, and a good place to get some grub afterwards.
A long and fantastic 80-mile ride that takes you on a very scenic loop up Lookout Mountain and back down the other side--perfect for an epic weekend ride.
One of the most challenging climbs in the area leads to breathtaking views of Chattanooga and the Tennessee River Gorge from Raccoon Mountain.
This route takes advantage of lightly trafficked, scenic neighborhood roads around the North Shore of Chattanooga.
Riding Moccasin Bend is a cycling tradition in Chattanooga, especially for those wanting to a place for some quick, flat sprints and training.
Suck Creek is a long-time favorite for Chattanooga cyclists looking for a long climb and a fun descent.
A new 3-mile segment of this trail makes for a leisurely 5-mile bike ride between the towns of Monteagle and Sewanee.
Get to know the Cumberland Plateau with this 25-mile loop that includes a fast descent, a nice climb, and plenty of scenery.
Ride through the beautiful backroads of Cartersville on the Bud Plant ride. You'll encounter rolling hills, sprawling farmland and low traffic on routes that range from 15 to 100-plus miles.
5 miles of greenway traverses the scenic Flint River, meandering through fields and lush forests just a short jaunt from town.
5.5 miles of trail along a rocky stream that parallels beautiful Green Mountain offers scenic views and pedaling beside the Tennessee River.
A leisurely bike ride along the Big Creek Greenway makes for traffic-free cycling on a relatively flat paved trail that runs alongside the Big Creek.
Cades Cove is one of the most popular focal points in Smoky National Park. From here, you can soak up the history and scenery by taking a hike, drive, or bike ride along this wonderful loop.
One of the few uninterrupted paved trails in Georgia, this is the perfect training ride to get in your cycling distance.
The Chief Ladiga is a 33-mile rail trail that stretches from the Alabama-Georgia border to Weaver. It's extremely flat and friendly and makes for a great weekend ride either solo or with the family.