We know, and we know, Miami, FL is not the most bike-friendly area, but luckily, it does have more than a dozen of great bike paths that will take you via the Everglades, along the sea, and even below the Metrorail.
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Switch up your usual path with one of these fine Miami FL paths.
OLETA State River Park
Ideal for every biker, the OLETA State River Park offers more than fifteen miles of challenging off-road mountain tracks for biking.
Do not sweat it if you are a beginner, though they’re more than 4 miles of novice paths, 3 of which are paved.
Whichever way you decide to take, though, you will wind via mangrove creeks and towering pines and along the Intracoastal Waterway.
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Snake Creek Trail Miami
Linking North Miami FL Sea and Miami FL Gardens, this 6.5 miles paved path is perfect if a low-key cruise is what you are after.
A traveling towering palm tree with Lakes, this mostly asphalt route is best for beginner bikers.
There’re also many outdoor fitness areas peppered along the way if you wish to throw a few bodyweight workouts into the mix.
Plus, you will pass by Spanish Monastery Gardens and GREYNOLDS Park, both of which are worth a rapid detour.
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We are still waiting for the Under Line to convert the Island below Miami, FL’s Metrorail into the linear park.
In the meantime, break out your bicycle and check out the huge progress for yourself.
From Brick Hell to South Miami, FL, use the metro rail as your proper guide and conquer a ten-mile ride on either side.
Take it up and nick, get in touch to undertake a solid twenty miles bike path.
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