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A Leisurely Bike Tour of Albuquerque

Tour Albuquerque on Two Wheels

Albuquerque has an extensive network of bicycle routes, trails and bike-friendly streets. With 16 miles of paved multi-use trails uninterrupted by roadway running along the Rio Grande, bike-friendly streets throughout Old Town and a number of fun, specialty bike tours, Albuquerque makes for the ultimate leisurely biking destination. 


Albuquerque has 400 miles of accessible bike lanes and routes throughout the city, and serves as a true hub for a great biking experience. 

See an interactive bike map.

The 16-mile, paved, multi-use Paseo del Bosque Trail is one of the best places to explore on two wheels in Albuquerque. 

Start the day at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm and jump on Heritage Inspirations’ Duke City E-Bike Tour for a guided ride through the lush, green area. 


Albuquerque boasts some of the most unique places to stay in the country. Our recommendations for accommodations that offer easy and convenient access to your next cycling adventure include:

Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

For easy access to beautiful multi-use trails and guided tours, along with a unique farm experience, book a stay at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm. Inn guests can borrow a cruiser bike and explore the area!

Hotel Chaco 

Hotel Chaco is located conveniently in Old Town, offering easy bike access to the Paseo del Bosque Trail, unique shopping and great food. 

Bottger Mansion B&B

Bottger Mansion, built in 1912, is one of only a few mansions built in Albuquerque and remains virtually in its original form. Located in Old Town, this bed and breakfast is ideal for accessing bike paths and things to do. 


Even with 400 miles of bike trails, you'll have to jump off your bike at some point. Albuquerque has an abundance of fun things to do. A few of our top recommendations for a weekend full of biking in Albuquerque include: 

Explore Historic Old Town

Historic Old Town has been the heart of Albuquerque since the city was founded in 1706. Today Old Town is the city's cultural center, with seven museums and more than 100 shops, galleries and restaurants. There are a number of new breweries, wineries, food halls and shops to explore in this historic area. 

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

For a truly unique learning experience, go the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, where you'll discover interactive permanent and rotating exhibits, meet artists selling their handcrafted works, experience cultural dances and regional and Native-sourced food at the Indian Pueblo Kitchen

National Hispanic Cultural Center

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is a world-class center for Hispanic arts and culture featuring an art museum and a state-of-the art performing arts complex. Located in the Barelas neighborhood, which maintains close ties to Albuquerque's Hispanic roots, you'll find many excellent New Mexican and Mexican restaurants here. 


New Mexico is home to one of America's most cherished regional cuisines, so it's no surprise that food is one of the things that people remember most about a trip to Albuquerque. Some of the best places to grab a bite on a weekend full of bike riding include:

Campo at Los Poblanos

Campo at Los Poblanos offers a truly field-to-fork experience with seasonal organic ingredients from their own farm harvest as well as provisions sourced from other local farmers and herdsmen.

Indian Pueblo Kitchen

Indian Pueblo Kitchen offers an unforgettable cultural and culinary experience through traditional Native American foodways and artistry. 

Bike In Coffee at Old Town Farm

Easily accessible by bike, Bike In Coffee at Old Town Farm is the first bicycle-focused coffee hangout on a farm in Albuquerque. The restaurant and coffee shop is located off of the bike path next to I-40 and under a forest of cottonwood trees, and is also accessible from Old Town. 


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