Bicycling Routes Around Knoxville features a collection of 40 scenic routes that journey along Knoxville’s finest back country roads.
Bicycling Routes Around Knoxville, Tennessee
Routes fringe the Knoxville area on beautiful backroads that meander along creeks and rivers with roller-coaster hills intermixed with farmland and woods. Challenging climbs will take you to ridge tops with majestic panoramic views. Knoxville’s wealth of scenic country backroads are relatively traffic-free, providing a road riding mecca for the cyclist. Bicycling Routes Around Knoxville features 40 scenic routes to take you exploring new areas, roads and scenery. There are over 200 color photographs showcasing the scenic landscape.
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Features 40 routes covering 9 counties around the Knoxville area, our bicycling routes travel: North to Clinton, Norris and Big Ridge State Park; South to the outskirts of Friendsville, Pigeon Forge, Townsend and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park; East to Kodak, Seymour and Sevierville; and West to Kingston, Lenoir City and Melton Hill Dam.
Start locations and routes are color-coded for easy referencing. Alternate start locations are listed, as well as directions for riding your bike from downtown Knoxville to several of the starts.
Cue Sheet Overview
Each route has a detailed cue sheet with concise, easy-to-follow directions. Intersections are marked with an “@T” or “@Y” and specify stop signs or traffic signals. Stores and restrooms along the route are also noted.
Our detailed maps highlight bicycling routes and include stores and restrooms in the vicinity. You can customized our maps easily to fit your training, fitness or riding time requirements. To help you navigate easily, both rideable roads and other significant roadways are included. Our maps make It easy to find new roads to explore and to add variety to your route.
A profile for each route, plus the elevation gain and route description, will help you to determine the terrain and degree of difficulty.