FOR THE CITY-ADJACENT ENTHUSIAST: EVERGLADES, FL
An hour outside of Miami, Everglades National Park is one of the closest national parks to a major city, making it a super accessible day trip. Inside the park, there are five biking trails, all of which are fully accessible to Class 1 e-bikes: Shark Valley Tram Road, Snake Bight Trail, Rowdy Bend Trail, Long Pine Key Nature Trail, and the L-67 Canal Road. Speeds must be kept at no more than 10 mph, there is so much to see and experience, you won’t want to race through it all!
Because the trails are pretty much all flat, they are a great option for riders of any level. Unlike most other national parks and bike trails, the Everglades stays sunny and warm, so you can even take winter treks when other bike trails across the country are snowed in.
If you want a trail that’s a little off the main road, take the Long Pine Key Nature Trail, as it is one of the few off-road trails in the park. With a total length of around six miles one-way, you can see some car-free sights and have the freedom to turn back at any point.