The state is abundantly blessed with mountain bike trails, in terms of both numbers and diversity. Albuquerque’s Foothills network is burned in and well signed. Many of the Las Cruces trails are genuine desert rippers that thread parched cactus-scapes on sand and rock. In Taos, in the course of a few miles, you can traverse crackling piñon country up to cool shade beside alpine tarns.
Please be aware that this information is not current nor is it updated. Trails change over time so please check with the locals before going out to a trail.
|Otero Canyon Ride 2000||Albuquerque||5 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Otero Canyon Ride 2001||Albuquerque||9 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Sandia Foothills Ride 2005||Albuquerque||9.5 miles||Loop||Beginner|
|Sandia Peak Ride 2000||Albuquerque||13 miles||One-way||Beginner|
|Sandia Peak Ride 2001||Albuquerque||16 miles||One-way||Intermediate|
|Santa Fe Rail Trail Ride 2000||Santa Fe||8 miles||Out & Back||Novice|
|South Boundary Ride 2001||Taos||20 miles||One-way||Intermediate|
|Winsor Trail Rdie 2001||Santa Fe||12.8 miles||Loop||Intermediate|