Mountain Biking in Western Colorado
Cycling near Grand Junction
The New York Times recently featured a fantastic article about biking the open road in Colorado.
Only accessible two months a year, the Grand Junction–Moab trail is a 155-mile remote bike route linked by 16 backcountry huts. The beauty of Colorado is evident as cyclists ride along winding roads, pedal through canyons and experience rural living. The article calls the trail challenging but “beginner friendly” — a can’t-miss venture for the most avid cycling enthusiasts.
Cyclists will see unparalleled views of Unaweep Canyon and experience the ruggedness of western Colorado; it truly is an adventure on two wheels. We thank The New York Times for their coverage of this awe-inspiring cycling trail.