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Bike Trails Near Springville, Utah

When your picking up your brand new trike so far from home the anticipation of getting to ride may be too much to wait. If this is the case for you there are tons of great bike trails all over Utah, so we will be listing a couple nearby and at popular tourist destinations that you can go ride and get the trike thrill you've been waiting for!

Hobble Creek Bike Path

- Distance - 5 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 6.3 miles
- Trail Surface - Asphalt
- Difficulty - Easy-Moderate

Hobble Creek Bike Path is 6 miles from Utah Trikes which is just a quick drive towards the canyon or a 40 minute trike ride to the location. The trail starts as a wide sidewalk in a neighborhood. As you ride the houses get more sparse until you are entirely on a double laned bike road winding through gorgeous canyon scenery. This trail is primarily a light uphill ride heading east with a variety of ups and downs that provides a good challenge for all skill levels. This is a beautiful scenic route that is the perfect ride to test out all aspects of a new trike! This is the route that we took in our E-14 Dumont video. So if you want to see a quick look at this ride check out our video!

Roads near Utah Trikes

- Distance - 6.5 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 0 miles
- Trail Surface - Asphalt
- Difficulty - Easy

If you just want an easy ride right out the door of Utah Trikes this is a great pick. This route will take you along the roads near our shop in Springville down and around through the industrial district into lush farm land out into Provo. You will be riding on public back roads, but they are fairly empty of cars and as long as you practice standard road riding safety its a wonderful ride. This is the route that we took in our Ice Sprint X Tour Ride and Review. So if you would like a preview of this route go take a look at that video!

Provo River Parkway

- Distance - 15 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 6.6 miles
- Trail Surface - Asphalt
- Difficulty - Easy-Moderate

The Provo River Parkway trail is an asphalt path that starts at the Utah Lake State Park all the way to Vivian Park up Provo Canyon. This is a ride that takes you through a ton of beautiful scenery, from scenic parks to the waterfalls of Provo Canyon. There are restrooms and rest stops all along this trail, so its great for those longer day rides. The location that is 6.6 miles away from us is near the middle of the trail at Riverside Park This will give you the option to go west down to the lake or east up the canyon!

Spanish Fork River Trail

- Distance - 12 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 8.6 miles
- Trail Surface - Asphalt
- Difficulty - Easy

A wonderfully relaxing trail following the Spanish Fork River. This trail starts at the Spanish Fork Sports Park and meanders through lush farm land ending at the Canyon View Park at the mouth of the Spanish Fork Canyon. This trail has a bathroom and rest stop halfway through, and for most of your ride your a good distance away from any roads so the ride is nice and relaxing. A great place to start your ride is at the Sports Park Parking Lot. This will put you near the beginning of the trail with a place to park before hand.

Legacy Parkway Trail

- Distance - 14 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 65.4 miles
- Trail Surface - Asphalt
- Difficulty - Easy

If you're going to be around Salt Lake on your trip to Utah this is a great biking trail to take!
The Legacy Parkway Trail provides a useful, efficient commuting route as it is fully paved and has no street crossings. The trail runs adjacent to the Legacy Parkway in southern Davis County. It begins at Farmington Station and parallels the Utah Transit Authority's FrontRunner, the state's first commuter rail line, for some of its journey to North Salt Lake. Although most of the route is along a busy freeway, there is a connection to the Legacy Nature Preserve, which offers more scenic surroundings.
If you're staying outside of Salt Lake but want to explore the area anyways the trail is accessible by taking public transportation, you can access the trail via the Farmington Station on the UTA FrontRunner

Potash Road

- Distance - 13.5 Miles
- Distance From Utah Trikes - 243 miles
- Trail Surface - Dirt/Light Gravel
- Difficulty - Moderate

If you're taking this opportunity to travel to Utah you might as well go visit our great National Parks and outdoor recreation destinations. If you find yourself exploring Moab and seeing the beautiful red rocks you NEED to ride this trail.
This is a relatively flat ride and the main difficulty comes from its more offroad profile. The trail follows the Colorado River leading you past tons of amazing sights of red rocks, petroglyphs, monumental buttes and gorgeous rivers. This is the most scenic ride on this list and definitely worth the trip.

Let us know in the comments if we forgot any of your favorite trails and if there's anymore that we should add to this list!

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