Martha's Vineyard Bike Trails


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Martha's Vineyard Bike Trails Facts

States: Massachusetts
Counties: Dukes
Length: 32.3 miles
Trail end points: Edgartown Rd. - Vineyard Haven and Katana Rd - South Beach
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 13397574


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Martha's Vineyard Bike Trails Description

Martha's Vineyard, an island located only 7 miles of the coast of Massachusetts, is a paradise of beaches, "gingerbread" house architecture, and abundant natural beauty. Six small towns make up this island, which include, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Aquinnah, Chilmark and West Tisbury. the island boasts 12 public beaches and 5 iconic lighthouses.

Traveling by bike is ideal for visitors to Martha's Vineyard, because although cars are allowed on the island, it can be expensive to bring them on island via. ferry. There are over 32 miles of designated off road bike paths that help connect the island. 

The off-road bike paths across Martha's Vineyards connect the towns of Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Joseph Silva State, Edgartown and South beaches, and even pass by other popular island spots like the infamous Jaws Bridge. Additionally, the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest offers two loops around the park, perfect for those looking for a longer, scenic route. This path also passes by the Martha's Vineyard Airport.

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Parking and Trail Access

The island of Martha's Vineyard is only accesible by bus, plane or ferry. Ferries leave from Woods Hole, New Bedford, North Kingston, Falmouth and Hyannis and arrive on-island at either Oak Bluffs or Edgartown. See more information here.

The Martha's Vineyard Transit authority operates bus routes across the island, see here for more information. 

Martha's Vineyard Bike Trails Reviews

Less then ideal biking conditions.....

Although Martha's Vineyard is beautiful--I would highly suggest biking only from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown. All the bike trails are literally right along the highway, with cars, trucks, and tour buses zooming by at ridiculous speeds. We were surprised because there was so much advertising about biking on the island that we thought for sure it would be a fantastic experience. Leaving Edgartown we road the so-called trail along the Edgerton West Tilsbury highway it was seriously not something I would never do again --as an experienced biker and love most trails this was just too boring unless you like riding 3 feet from the highway. We ended up cutting the ride short and going north back to Vineyard Haven. We did get in 21 miles, but I would skip biking on Martha's Vineyard and head back to the Cape to check out the Cape Cod Rail Trail, which is beautiful, scenic and a gem to ride on.

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