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Where to Ride in Burlington

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Everything looks different when riding a bike. Streets you normally drive down take on a whole new life. Open space seen from a car becomes a place of refuge. We love this community and all it has to offer cyclists of every level. Below are some of our favorite local places to ride. If you have any questions or not sure you have the right gear, stop by and we'd be glad to help.

Burlington Landlocked Forest

The Landlocked Forest contains 13 miles of trails. Perfect for getting some time on the trail without having to drive too far out of town. The trailhead is located just 5 miles from Cycle Loft.

Middlesex Fells Reservation

Middlesex Fells Reservation is a trail system with 22 miles of beginner-friendly trails. The trails are a mix of fire road and single-track, giving some variety to your rides.

Beaver Brook-Rock Meadow Reservation

Beaver Brook-Rock Meadow Reservation is a trail system with 4 miles of trail great for beginning mountain bikers. It connects with the Western Greenway that's between Lexington, Waltham, and Belmont.

Horn Pond

Horn Pond has 6.6 miles of paved paths and single-track. This place is great for a quick afternoon ride. Taking the Horn Pond Brook Bike Path connects you to Winchester Center.

Minuteman Commuter Bikeway

Minuteman Commuter Bikeway is 10.1 miles long. This paved bike path runs from South Road in Bedford to Alewife MBTA Station in Cambridge. This connects Burlington cyclist with the Metro Boston area.

Boston Rides

Cycle Loft is proud to partner with My City Bikes to create a resource for cycling in Boston. My City Bikes Boston is a community resource for residents and visitors of Metro Boston.

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