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Four challenging spots for cycling enthusiasts in Cleveland

Terrence Jacobs

CLEVELAND, OH – If you are a cycling enthusiast and love a challenge, there's nothing wrong with trying out these various trails available in Cleveland. In addition to encircling the challenging trails, you can also enjoy the stunning scenery along your journey. Here are some of the trails that are available in the city:

Royal view Trail (Strongsville)

Located in Mill Stream Run Reservation, this trail has two lops with a total length of about 10 miles. This single trail is friendly for beginners and safe for intermediate cyclists who want to test their skills. With some stunts in the Red Trail Spur, your cycling experience will be even more challenging and memorable.

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation (Cuyahoga Heights)

Down the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation for two and a half miles can get your adrenaline pumping. Beginners are advised to try the half-mile section of this trail. The intermediate part of this trail with steep terrain, several rock gardens, and challenging climbs will add to the impression of your cycling experience.

East Rim Trail (Peninsula)

Located at 281 Boston Mills Rd Peninsula, as the first trail for mountain bikers in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the East Rim Trail System offers stunning views, captivating obstacles, a variety of terrain, and an element of adventure for those who like challenges. Although designed for mountain bikers, this trail can also be used by hikers and runners who want to challenge themselves on a variety of different trails.

Bedford Single Track (Bedford)

With a lop of 10 miles, Bedford Reservation Metroparks is great for beginners. In addition, the trail in this place is also a fun track for experienced cyclists. Located near the beautiful Bridle Veil Falls and surrounded by dense forest, you will enjoy breathtaking views along your journey.

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