Electric Bike Paradise in US

Aug 12, 2022

Electric Bike Paradise in US

More and more people choose to ride electric bicycles as a way of entertainment and leisure, so sinar recommends a few places that can be called electric bicycle paradise, where you can enjoy riding electric bicycles:

Paradise Royale

The Paradise Royale trail system is located on the Lost Coast of Northern California, you can enjoy this 11.4-mile loop trail near Whitethorn, California. These trails are designed for electric mountain bikes, electric cyclocross bikes, and fat tire ebikes.

This is a popular trail for mountain biking, the King Range NCA's Douglas fir-covered peaks attracts hikers, hunters, and campers, while the coast beckons to surfers, anglers, beachcombers, and many others, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. 

Highlights include; diverse scenic vistas, backcountry settings, and developed bike park features.

The best times to visit this trail are April through September.

Black Canyon

The Black Canyon Trail is an 80-mile country trail. This trail provides a challenging ride experience characterized by rough, unstable soils and rocks, with various trail grades and numerous elevation changes within a harsh desert climate. The trail meanders through the Sonoran Desert landscape, including saguaro forests and rugged canyons.

It takes an average of 29 h 26 min to complete, that's really a chanllenge. But thankfully, this trail is great for camping, if you are tired from cycling, you can take a break.

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Idaho Mountain

The Croy Creek Trail System located in south-central Idaho, west of Hailey. The trails were designed and constructed primarily for motorcycle riders and mountain bikers, but hikers and equestrians also frequent the system. This short trail is rather technical, In places it is narrow and its tread is tilted out quite a lot.

The Boullion Gulch Loop covers the western side of the Croy Creek Trail System. The route features a few major climbs, plenty of fun descending and beautiful views throughout.

The Croy Creek trails underwent major renovations after the Beaver Creek Fire in 2013. The trail system re-opened July 1, 2015, and the trails are still settling in. Conditions may vary - expect a few soft and sandy spots here and there.

White Ridge Trail

The White Ridge Mountain Bike Trail System is set atop the Tierra Amarilla Anticline, a unique geologic region west of Albuquerque, New Mexico that features high narrow ridges and bright gypsum soils.

The trails have been developed with mountain biking in mind and are characterized by fast sections of playful singletrack following exposed ridgelines with 360 degree views. Much of the trail system is found along the tops of the ridgelines accessed by long, steep climbs. While much of the trail is not too technical, it's narrow enough to hold your attention.

There are a few climbs that grind up a wide gravel road though they are short. In places the trail is getting a bit deep so be careful - catching your front tire on the edge unexpectedly could have bad consequences.

Hartman Rocks Trail

Hartman Rocks is a popular mountain bike area just a few miles southwest of Gunnison, Colorado, providing a true backyard to backcountry riding experience. 

Hartman Rocks has 45 miles of single track trail, 45 miles of roads, 50 designated dispersed campsites, and countless climbing crags. Single track trails are perfect for mountain ebike, dirt ebike, hiking, and trail running. In the winter months 16 miles of roads are groomed as cross country ski trails for classic and skate skiing; and some single track trails are groomed as winter single track for fat ebikes.

1. Please understand the local laws about electric bicycles before setting out. Electric bicycles are prohibited in some areas.
2. Please ride according to the instructions, and make sure to ride on the permitted roads, so as not to cause damage to the ecological environment