Mountain Biking, Fat Biking and Road Cycling
Road Cycling - Road cyclists will find challenging mountain notches and rural winding roads with rewarding views! There are two century rides; A Three Notch Century Ride sponsored by Northeast Passage to benefit people with disabilities, and the Mt. Washington Century Ride sponsored by Tin Mountain Conservation Center.
Facilities & Trails
Cross NH Adventure Trail - Travel 83 Miles Across Northern New Hampshire
Rail trails, dirt roads, bike paths and quiet paved backroads have been linked together to produce a route across the state of New Hampshire.
The route travels along river valleys and through the
northern White Mountains Region where you can access small town conveniences along the way.
Bretton Woods Adventure Center - Alpine or Valley Trail Mountain Biking Systems. Lift-serviced downhill mountain biking trails. Trail passes can be purchased for 2-hour, half-day or full-day increments. or a season pass for unlimited access during normal operating hours. Daily June 15 - September 3 , after that weekends if weather allows.
Franconia Notch Bike Path - A Recreation Path that winds through Franconia Notch State Park and parallels I-93 and Rt. 3 through the notch. Contains hills, bike-walk areas and an elevation gain of approximately 800 feet from south to north.
Cannon Mountain Now Offers bike rentals and shuttle service. At the base of the Tramway, bike rentals are being offered and you'll find a full range of all-terrain bikes for adults and children.
Moose Brook State Park - Well-maintained by volunteers, single track boking and walking trails thru the forest. White Mountains Region just north of the Presidential Range in Gorham where there is unparalleled scenery. Campground and a pond for fishing and swimming.
Weeks State Park- Set at the very top of Mt. Prospect in Lancaster, New Hampshire, the Prospect estate (now a museum) and grounds provide a 360-degree panorama of mountain splendor, including the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Kilkenny Range, the Percy Peaks, and the upper Connecticut River Valley.