The 5-Mile Family Ride is FREE and makes a loop of Uptown and Midtown attractions, including the Fireman’s Museum, the YMCA and the historic Senate House. The ride is perfect for beginning riders and children, as the route is flat and the pace is kept slow. For safety, the ride is escorted by the Kingston Police Department and volunteer Ride Marshals.
8 Mile Rail Trail Ride
The rail trail rides are out-and-back routes that make use of Ulster County’s growing trail network. The 8 mile route is flat and paved. The turn-around point is the Hurley Rail Trail water stop. The 16 mile route includes a unpaved section. For both, riders can go as far as they want and then return by the same route.
16 Mile Rail Trail Ride
The rail trail rides are out-and-back routes that make use of Ulster County’s growing trail network. The 16 mile route includes a unpaved section. Riders can go as far as they want and then return by the same route. This route passes the Hurley Rail Trail water stop and the turn around is at the Cottekill rest stop.
25 Mile Road Ride
A great ride through Historic Kingston and the surrounding Ulster County area. Views of mountains farms and the historic First Capital of New York State. Includes a rest stop in Cottekill, two recommended unsupported stops and one recommended bathroom stop.
50 Mile Road Ride
A challenging 50 mile ride that offers much of the beauty of the Hudson Valley. Views of mountains, reservoirs and more. Includes a suggested bathroom stop and two supported rest stops.
The Dirty 30 is back! We’ve gotten access to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail so the original Adventure Ride is waiting for you! For the really adventurous, Steve from Revolution Bikes will have a surprise ride of 40+ miles on the day of the Tour!
This ride has a mixed terrain of rail trails, single track and road sections to challenge the fittest and most adventurous bike riders. There are no rest stops and you will be self-supporting for many parts of the route. Route designed by Revolution Bicycles!