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A Perfect Weekend for a Road Cyclist.

Tour Albuquerque on Two Wheels

Albuquerque has an extensive network of bicycle routes, trails and bike-friendly streets. With nearly nine miles of bike lane connecting to endless hills on Tramway Blvd. on Albuquerque's east side, to a 22-mile loop made up of bike routes in the city limits, to scenic and challenging rides around the city's surrounding mountains, Albuquerque is truly a hub for great cycling routes and conditions. 


Albuquerque has 400 miles of accessible bike lanes and routes throughout the city, and serves as a true hub to great cycling routes in surrounding areas. 

See an interactive bike map.

A few of Albuquerque's Favorite Road Cycling Routes:


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:

Sandia Resort & Casino 

Sandia Resort & Casino offers easy access to Tramway Blvd. and great mountain views. 

Nativo Lodge

Nativo Lodge offers a cultural experience in addition to easy access to Tramway Blvd. and other bike routes. For an extra special experience, request an Artist Room, where you can stay inside a work of art from a local artist. 


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 the cyclist in Albuquerque include: 

Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway 

Catch a ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway for exhilarating views and access to hiking trails, Ten3 Restaurant, and an unbeatable viewing deck overlooking the city. 

Watch a Hockey Game

Catch a New Mexico Ice Wolves hockey game at the Outpost Ice Arenas (or don some skates and try the ice yourself!). 


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 cycling include:

The County Line of Albuquerque

Try out The County Line of Albuquerque for some amazing BBQ, conveniently located off Tramway Blvd., close to cycling routes, the Sandia Aerial Tramway and Sandia Resort & Casino. 

El Pinto Authentic New Mexican Restaurant

Head over to El Pinto for authentic New Mexican cuisine in an unbeatable atmosphere featuring multiple patios, roaring fire places and classic adobe architecture. 


Imagine the perfect trip to Albuquerque. Then plan it.