Autumn, the beautiful season described best by the changing of temperatures and leaves. Fall weather across the United States is pleasant, not that winter cool, but to the perfect crisp breeze. And there’s no better way to enjoy the cool weather, and beautiful scenic views that come along with it, than out on a Lopifit bike ride.
Whether you are commute daily by Lopifit or a recreational rider, there is something about fall that just calls for bike-riding fun. You can ride comfortably without the overheating that comes in summer, but you don’t feel too harsh of a wind chill when you pick up speed as you do in winter. Fall cycling is the most enjoyable time to ride to Lopifit; add some vivid colors of leaves falling in your path and it’s like riding through a dream.
Certain areas of the world experience fall a bit better and everyone should experience a bike ride in prime fall season. Click here to check some trails in your state, or plan a vacation!
Here are five great trails in America for a fall Lopifit ride, so get out there and enjoy it!
- The Virginia Creeper Trail is a great spot for incredible leaf peeping! The 35-mile trail runs from Abingdon to Whitetop, Virginia- through national forest and crossing the Appalachian Trail. You may even spot some llama as you pass the river on your Lopifit.
- A much lengthier trail, The Katy Trail is over 230 miles, one of America’s largest rail trail projects. Maybe split up the stretch for a few Lopifit trips. The scenic trail travels from Clinton East to Machens, Missouri and most follows the Missouri River. The treescapes are dense and reminiscent of an autumn fairy tale.
- Experience a peaceful Lopifit ride in New England on the Cape Cod Rail Trail in Massachusetts. This beautiful trail is 22 miles alongside the blue waters of Cape Cod with breeze off the ocean and changing colors of the landscape.
- Another Northern spot for rich fall scenery is The Farmington Canal Heritage Trail. This 40 mile trail runs from the Yale University Campus in New Haven, Connecticut to Northampton, Massachusetts.
- Running along the Winnipesaukee River, the Winnipesaukee River Trail connects Franklin and Tilton Northfield, New Hampshire. This trail is only 5.1 miles but packed with fallen leaves, an unusual upside down covered bridge and definitely worth the trip.