Alabama’s Best Mountain Biking and Bike Trails
Alabama has some of the best Mountain Biking trails in the United States. Enjoy extraordinary scenic views along your ride through hardwood stands, pine forest, lakeside, beach coast to swampy inlets, Alabama has a great bike riding destination for any bike rider.
Spring time is here and it is time to get your mountain bike out and enjoy some of the best trails in the southeast. Alabama is renowned for having some awesome woodland biking trails. If you are a beginner or you are an advanced mountain biker there is a great trail waiting for you in Alabama.
If you are looking for an awesome ride with great views be sure to ride Oak Mountain! Expect some sweet downhill runs and wonderful views of the Appalachian foothills. As you ride Oak Mountain you will experience a wide variety of terrain from smooth worn trails to rocky downhill runs. One of my favorite parts of riding Oak Mountain is seeing an old home place ruins and the wide variety of wild plants and animals. It isn’t uncommon to come across deer grazing and a flock of turkeys crossing your path. The Red Trail at Oak Mountain State Park – Pelham
Enjoy a great bike ride on (1.7miles) The Black Creek Trail which is a gravel path entered at Noccalulafalls campground. Black Creek Trail – Gadsden
Chewacla State Park has a nice variety of mountain biking trails for any bike rider. You can’t go wrong riding you bike at Chewacla State Park.
Camp Trail (1.0 Mile), Lakeside Connector Trail (.5 Miles), Ranger Dell’s Trail (0.6 Miles), Falls View Trail (1.0 Mile), Creek View Trail (1.3 Miles), Ccc Trail (3.0 Miles), For Pete’s Sake Trail (8 Miles), Norba National Trail, Rock Bottom (3.5 Miles), High Gravity (1.1 Miles),tiger Woods (1.3 Miles) Chewacla State Park – Auburn
One of my favoride mountain biking rides in Alabama is the Coldwater Trail near Anniston, Alabama. This trail system will keep your busy as you will find some great jumps, awesome turms, and fast downhill runs, and I can’t forget the views are awesome! Coldwater Mountain – Anniston
DeSoto State Park – Ft. Payne
Guntersville State Park – Guntersville
Iron Legs – Anniston/Oxford
Mobile area trails
Lake Lurleen & Munny Sokol – Tuscaloosa
Red Mountain Park – Birmingham
Trussville Sports Complex – Trussville
Tannehill Historic Ironworks State Park – McCalla
The Sylaward Trail at Lake Howard – Sylacauga
Swayback – Wetumpka