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Let's Go Biking

There is almost a right of passage for a child in learning how to ride a bike. Once a child learns to ride, they will have a lifelong option for getting into the outdoors and exploring trails, back roads and even their own neighborhood in an exiting way.

Texas has so many great places to spend some time riding bikes as a family, with friends or just on your own. No matter where you chose to ride, always wear a helmet. Bring a map, and carry plenty of water, extra snacks, and bike repair equipment. Consider wearing reflective clothing and lights to help motorists see you. Happy cycling!

Austin:

Pace Bend Park- single track

Walnut Creek Metro Park- single track and dirt bike

Buescher State Park- single track and road biking

Lady Bird Lake Trail- very groomed dirt trail and road

Dallas/ Fort Worth:

Trinity River Trail- road bike

White Rock Lake Park- road bike

Cedar Hill State Park- single track

Houston:

The Anthills / Terry Hershey Park- single track and road

Brays Bayou Hike & Bike Trail- road bike

Stephen F. Austin State Park- single track

Brazos Bend State Park- single track and road bike

San Antonio:

Government Canyon State Natural Area- single track

San Antonio River Trail- paved trails

South Llano River State Park- single track