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South Dade Trail

20.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt
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The South Dade Trail runs along the South Miami-Dade Busway between Florida City and Kendall Drive/ SW 88th Street just north of the Dadeland South Metrorail station. The trail connects communities...
FL 20.9 mi Asphalt

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Black Creek Trail (Miami-Dade)

Great ride

May, 2020 by mayrobg

Great & easy going ride. Trail is smooth and wide enough for everyone. Only downside is that you have to stop every certain distance to cross the street.

Krome Path

great ride

May, 2020 by jrodr156

The trails actually been extended to 232 st sw now with what looks like further construction in progress.

New River Greenway

Very dangerous intersections

May, 2020 by andreina.duven

Nice path but the intersections are suicidal. On most of them the crossing sign doesn’t even work and people drive 50 MPH and cross without stopping. It could be perfect but we all want to live.

Accordion

Southern Glades Trail

Trail is open

May, 2020 by jgfire31

Definitely want to be on the west side of canal. That will take you down to Manatee Bay.

Robbins Vista View Trail

great place!!

May, 2020 by noimportt

Cool place..from basketball court to trails back to bbq locations... fun!

M-Path Trail

Okay Trail

May, 2020 by theodore2708

Good length but not good for a road Bike.

Hiatus Road Greenway

Fabulous

March, 2020 by remingtonmargo

This is right in my backyard. It runs North/South along Haitus from Oakland to State Road 84. Then you can go East to University or West all the way to Markum Park. We’ve done 20 miles back and forth on this trail! There’s a couple of intersections you have to cross including Sunrise Blvd. but free and clear overall.

Rickenbacker Trail

Detour off busy highway to Bear Cut Preserve

February, 2020 by rdavies

If you want a more peaceful ride, detour off the main trail at Bear Cut Preserve, then take the Crandon Park roads by the beach to the lighthouse. You can visit the old zoo and see the kite surfers and not deal with so much traffic.

Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail

Key West to MM 15 Baby’s Coffee

February, 2020 by jstasey

Rode out and back from north key West motel. Only have to cross US1 once going under a bridge. Nearly the entire ride is trail although there is 100 yards or so along the busy highway. Best parts are water views and bridges. Light to moderate bike traffic. Probably safest part of riding along US1 in the Keys. Stopped at Baby’s Coffee (very busy) then headed back.

M-Path Trail

Hard to recommend as a fun ride

February, 2020 by erk1024

We did the southern half of this trail on electric unicycles. The two big downsides of the trail are the many, many street crossings and the poor quality of the pavement. On an electric unicycle, electric scooter, One Wheel, etc. the ride is too bumpy to get much enjoyment out of it. The path is lined with trees which is good for shade, but the roots of those trees create sharp ridges in asphalt or broken concrete slabs. Just when you get up to a fun cruising speed, you hit the bumps. In some cases, those bumps are very hard to see in the mottled shadows cast by the trees. This would be less of a problem on a racing bike or mountain bike. I would definitely NOT recommend trying to use it for inline skating or electric skateboards. The bigger your wheels the better.

We only ended up doing half the trail because we spent half our time waiting at stoplights. There are _so many_ road crossings. So you ride for a minute or two, then wait a minute or two at a light. Our average speed was half what it normally was.

Following the trail is also a challenge. The "trail" often spits you out into a rail station or parking lot, and you have to hunt around for the trail again. We also encountered quite a bit of construction and had to take to the streets to get through some sections.

I'd give this trail two stars, except it has nice moments now and then--large elevated walkways above the street, or speeding through huge columns that support the train above.

Pompano Airpark Bike Trail

Very nice for a small-ish trail

January, 2020 by stvatandem

My wife and I, along with other tandem riding friends, rode this trail twice – first Clockwise, then C-Clockwise. Pavement is pretty smooth – no rough spots to speak of. Very few cross roads – most aren’t busy. We parked by the Dog Park – Free parking and some spaces are shaded by trees. Restrooms near the entrance are pretty well kept. We even had a chance to see the Goodyear Blimp – probably prepping for the Superbowl this coming weekend.

Biscayne Trail

There's more to it.

January, 2020 by oldbikegirl

This is one of our bike from home routes. The interesting thing is that you have the Biscayne Trail from Old Cutler down to Black Point on 87th Avenue. That's true and correct, but it's only the start. It then becomes a gravel, levy trail from Black Point all the way to Card Sound Road. That levy trail was designated the Biscayne Trail before the 87th Avenue section. You can opt to turn around at the entrance to Biscayne National Park or continue on down to Card Sound. I do not recommend riding on Card Sound Road, but you can turn back up the levy, or you can choose to ride up Tallahassee Road which is dirt road down there and goes back up to the motor speedway but you are no longer on Biscayne trail then. We rode these routes for decades before it was ever a designated trail. Great in the winter months for bird watching and spotting crocs and gators. There are often also manatees in the cross canals near the water gates.

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