It's nice out, so why not get on your bike and get outside! Whether you enjoy a casual ride on your cruiser or a wild ride on your mountain bike, there's a Winnipeg  trail with your name on it! Here are the best places to cycle in Winnipeg.

Niakwa Trail

If you're looking for a scenic trail where you can encounter local wildlife, look no further than the Niakwa Trail. Named after the residential community of Niakwa, this pathway runs along the north side of Fermor Avenue between St. Anne’s Road and Niakwa Road East. It's a popular multi-use trail that's perfect for cycling. Points of interest along the trail include King George Park, Papoose Park and the Royal Canadian Mint.

Harte Trail

The Harte Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It runs through some of Winnipeg's wilderness on an old railway bed. The trail features fruit bearing shrubs and Siberian elm. Its path is intersected by some Winnipeg streets. It is named for the Harte Line, the first section of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway which was built in western Canada in 1894.

Lagimodière-Gaboury Park

Lagimodiere Gaboury Park is a popular destination for Winnipegers and tourists alike. Located on the Siene River and Red River, the Park is famous for its Lagimodiere Gaboury historic gate. The gate commemorates the world renowned voyagers Marie-Anne Gaboury and Jean-Baptiste Lagimodière. The park features great trails for cycling.

Bison Butte Mountain Bike Course

FortWhyte Alive is home to the Bison Butte Recreational Trails. These trails are great for cycling but were built for multi-purpose use. Bison Butte is a legacy venue from the 2017 Canada Summer Games mountain biking competition, so it features trails suited to a variety of skill levels.

We hope you hop on your bike and visit these amazing Winnipeg trails this summer!

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