Everyone from beginning bicyclists to weekend warriors will find something their speed in Oklahoma. Mountain biking trails go on for miles and miles (405 miles being the longest), so round up some friends or the family, get outdoors and put the pedal to the dirt. Enjoy urban biking trails along the shores of Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City or bike next to the Arkansas River in Tulsa's River Parks. Mountain bikers will love taking to the trails under the gorgeous foliage found at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area or along Oklahoma’s plentiful trail systems within state parks and around the state’s scenic lakes.
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.
|Beech Creek Ride 2000||Talihina||32 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Boardstand Ride 2001||Talihina||23 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Cedar Lake Ride 2003||Heavener||2.5 miles||Loop||Beginner|
|Clear Bay Ride 2007||Norman||5.6 miles||Loop||Beginner|
|David L. Boren Trail Ride 2007||Broken Bow||12 miles||One-way||Intermediate|
|Elks Trail Ride 2013||Ada||5.8 miles||Loop||Beginner|
|Greenleaf State Park Ride 2002||Muskogee||18 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Horsethief Springs Ride 2003||Heavener||8.3 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Lakeview Lodge Ride 2007||Broken Bow||4.8 miles||Loop||Beginner|
|Turkey Mountain Ride 2002||Tulsa||10 miles||Loop||Intermediate|
|Winding Stair Ride 2002||Heavener||77 miles||Loop||Intermediate|