Is Austin good for biking? Austin, Texas is a famously bike-friendly city. “We don’t have the kinds of numbers that Minneapolis or Portland have when it comes to daily commuters on bicycles, but I think we make up for it with weather and attitude,” says Craig Staley, general manager at Austin’s Mellow Johnny’s Bike Shop.
Where can I ride my road bike in Austin?
- Lady Bird Lake Trail. Easy• 4.5(2944)
- Mary Moore Searight Park Trail. Easy• 4.5(1274)
- Walnut Creek Trail. Moderate• 4.5(452)
- Shoal Creek Greenbelt. Easy• 4.5(340)
- Wells Branch Trail. Easy• 4(578)
- Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail.
- Bee Cave Park Loop.
- Austin State Capitol Walking Tour.
Can you cycle in Austin? BIKING & CYCLING IN AUSTIN
Visitors can easily get in on the action with plenty of options to anyone desiring a good ride. Whether taking a mountain bike out to the Barton Creek Greenbelt or straying a bit further to Rocky Hill or Pace Bend, there’s room for the fat tire.
How long is the Austin hike and bike trail? With more than 2.6 million visits a year, the 10-mile trail is Austin’s most recognized and popular recreational area. The Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail, named for a former Austin mayor and his wife, is a natural gem in the heart of the Texas capital.