Biking

You don’t need to leave the city to get your off-road biking fix. Feel the breeze and challenge your endurance with a ride through Red Deer’s extensive trails. Or take the entire family out for a ride along the Red Deer River or around each of the city’s gorgeous parks.

Biking Experiences

Get to Know Red Deer's Expansive Trail System

Get to Know Red Deer's Expansive Trail System

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Biking Experiences

Get to Know Red Deer's Expansive Trail System

Red Deer is internationally recognized for its vast trail system and readily available outdoor recreation. While here, make sure to take advantage of our 100-km multi-use trail system!

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Red Deer Trail Stops

Red Deer Trail Stops

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Red Deer Trail Stops

Where to go? What to see? We’ve got you covered, here’s our list of local biking trail stops…

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Great Rides:  The City Of Red Deer maintains over 100 kilometres of trails which are an ideal fit for cycling all spring and summer. Extra wide lanes allow for perfect group outings and sheltered tree covers make any weather obstacle manageable.

But don’t feel confined to just the trail system. The city also features designated bike lanes on many commuter roads that lead to all major areas, including downtown. This means you’ll enjoy an easy and safe bike ride as you explore everything Red Deer has to offer.

And if a jump in adrenaline is what you crave, Red Deer is also home to both a mountain bike and BMX park.

Red Deer’s trails are scenic and the trail system can be accessed from every major road and neighbourhood in the city. In fact, it’s possible to walk, run or cycle from one end of Red Deer on the trails to another without using a major roadway.

In North Red Deer, located east of Gaetz Ave and west of Riverside Drive, the Mountain Bike Park caters specifically to the needs of mountain bikers although all non-motorized, non-equestrian outdoor enthusiasts are welcome. The park includes a large area of cross country single track, dirt jumps, and free-ride stunts

Those who want to cycle even further can hop on the regional trail that connects the City of Red Deer with the Town of Blackfalds and the City of Lacombe.