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Fun biking cities around the country

Phoenix has plenty of areas to participate in off-road cycling.

Phoenix has plenty of areas to participate in off-road cycling.

If you love cycling, you will likely want to move to a city that allows for you to enjoy your passion to its fullest. Many cities around the country are biking friendly, and finding the right one for you will help continue your healthy habit. Whether you like flat, easily accessible cities, or want a bigger challenge with hills and slopes, you have plenty of options. If one of the following cities seems like a good fit, make sure you pack your moving containers and plan a moving date with your moving company.

One spot that may be great for those who like to balance their city cycling with off-road is Denver. The capital of C
olorado is in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and the terrain is favorable for those who like to mountain bike, or just take a ride through the city. The different options could be great for those who want to try different things. There are more than 800 miles of trails in the city, for those who like roads or just dirt paths.

New York
The Big Apple is full of bike riders, and getting around the city this way may be much easier than doing it in a car or the subway. The city is known for its gridlock and difficult commutes, so having a bike handy in this city can get you to work on-time, or just get you to whatever event you plan to attend. Whether you plan to bike in Manhattan, Brooklyn or one of the other boroughs, there are plenty of places to do it. Another great option is the many off-road places in the city. New York has several large parks, and these are all great spots for those who want to bike without worrying about traffic. Additionally, the many coastal areas in the city can make your bike rides much more scenic and fun during any season.

San Francisco
The West Coast is full of great cycling destinations, but San Francisco may offer the most attractive and fun options. The city may be best for those who like terrain that changes drastically, as it has plenty of places that are quite windy and filled with hills. Much of the road options may be for the more advanced cyclist, but there are certainly plenty of flatter areas that can be good, as well. The city's waterfront has a sizable amount of park space, as well as a bike trail that hugs the city. Riding here offers a beautiful backdrop, and the typically cool weather in the city may make it better.

If you are looking for warmer, drier climates, checking out Phoenix as a cycling option could be a good start. Like much of the Southwest, the city has plenty of warm weather, and very little rain, which can be great cycling weather. The city is also a good spot for those who like flat land in the city, as it will help them bike more easily than in some of the other cities on the list. While the city has some options for flat riding, those who want a bit more of a challenge can also take advantage of this area. Just outside of the city lies plenty of off-road trails, which can be fun for advanced riders, or those who want to experience what Arizona has to offer. This can be very rewarding, especially if someone has never biked in a desert.