Biking and Cycling in Lehigh Valley
All you need is two wheels, a helmet, and your spirit of adventure for some bicycling bliss on the region’s rail-trails, multi-use paths created from former railroad corridors. Take to the paved passes and crushed stone of Ironton Rail Trail, Nor-Bath Trail, and the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, stretching 165-miles from Wilkes-Barre to Bristol and offering historical, cultural and natural experiences along the way.
But, don’t just keep to the trail, the 28-degree banked turns at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in
T-Town – once Lehigh Valley Velodrome – offers high-caliber action on a cycling track made of concrete.
Lehigh Valley lets you weave your way through one of the many tree-lined trails for an ultimate experience on wheels for road and mountain bikers alike.