A bike trip to Little River Canyon National Preserve can be a fun-filled day as long as you ride safe.
With over 20 miles of unpaved roads for mountain biking in the Wildlife Management Area (backcountry) and 25 miles of paved roads for road biking, Little River Canyon offers variety of distance, terrain, and difficulty for bicyclist to enjoy. Here are some tips on how you can safely enjoy your ride at the Preserve.
Some trails and all roads in the Wildlife Management Area (backcountry) are multi-use for hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, and 4-wheel drive vehicles. Paved roads are shared by bicyclists, motorcycles, and automobiles.
Be aware that you may encounter other trail or road users travelling at a variety of speeds. Please adjust your own speed to maximize the safety and respect of yourself and others. Do your utmost to let your fellow trail and road users know you're coming - a friendly greeting is a good method. Bicyclists should yield to other non-motorized trail users. Bicyclists travelling downhill should yield to those heading uphill.
Last updated: March 26, 2021