Website presentation available on youtube.
(View by clicking image on GeoBiking page.)
Geobiking is using a GPS on a bicycle to explore new trails with confidence and helping others to do the same.
(For behind the scene details, click on the "GeoBiking" menu above.)
If you don't like sharing your ride with
vehicles, this is the site for you!
This website is dedicated to providing GPS enabled trail networks to help bikers explore the rich variety of trail experiences. It is intended as an aid for a wide range of riders, from the recreational to experienced. It is not merely a list of trails, it is a network of interconnected trails to extend your riding choices.
It contains a mixture of road, path & mountain bike trails. However, the vast majority of trails were chosen to be more family friendly and off road if possible. Trails are coded as to types & surfaces for each trail.
The site provides uploadable GPS map overlays, tracks, routes, and waypoints as well as detailed descriptions and many hundreds of trail photos.
The entire network can also be viewed with satellite imagery using Google earth. This makes becoming familiar with the network much easier. You can even do "fly-bys" of the trails.
I have also embedded the network into the Open Street Map that is readily viewable via map links on my site or in National Geographics AllTrails App and others.
GeoBiking.org website now contains over 2,500 miles of trails as 265 tracks that you can upload to your GPS.
Website displays over 1,500 trail pictures in slideshows.
View entire network as a map overlay in Google Earth or on Garmin GPS handhelds.
View network as interactive map on website with choice of map type.
View on your mobile device (Google Chrome works best for viewing this site).
Please view the Geobiking PowerPoint
presentation on the GeoBiking page.