Kal-Haven Rail Trail Bike Overnight


80 mile 2 day Solo trip to Kal-Haven Rail Trail out to Lake Michigan and back. The Kal-Haven Trail  traverses wooded areas, farmland and small towns and is primarily used by bicyclists in the summer. The trail is fine gravel surfaced, and some parts are blacktopped.

D.C. Suburbs Overnight

Roberta Paul, an adventurous, self-described “suburban mom” takes her family of six and two dogs on a bicycle overnight to Burke Lake Campground, seven miles away, for this Memorial Day adventure. Calling it a great success, they look forward to more bike overnights!

A Rail Trail Bike Overnight Great for Beginners!

Great for beginners! The Torrey C. Brown Trail and the The Heritage Rail Trail Park connect Ashland, MD and York, PA, making for the perfect rail trail, overnight excursion.

Classic Car-Free Cascades: An out-and-back overnighter in Oregon’s Cascade Range

LeeAnn O'Neill and friends did this late spring overnight in Oregon’s Cascade Range. A fun-fueled adventure featuring a big climb, hot springs, and a campground.

Three Days in Death Valley

Ron Norton lives in California and made an early morning drive to Death Valley National Park for three beautiful days of riding and two nights in campgrounds.

Farms, Fields and Ferraris Three August days and two nights by bicycle on the rural east end of Long Island, New York.

Every year we take turns planning our great summer bike touring adventure. This year it was Ken's turn and he hatched a plan to ride on the east end of Long Island, New York for three days. During planning, Ken was surprised to find that most of the east end of Long Island is really quite rural, with farms, fields and yes, Ferraris.

Steel City Loop

The forecasters have predicted thunderstorms this afternoon, but as I mount my loaded bike I only see blue skies and white puffy clouds. I left for this overnight tour from the “south side” of Pittsburgh, a diverse area that attracts all kinds.  My plan is to circumnavigate the south hills of Pittsburgh utilizing a variety of rail-trails and only a minimal amount of trafficked pavement (about 10% of the 90 mile route).