The longest—and perhaps most popular—trail is within Brown County State Park. Bike magazine named it one of the best trail systems in North America! At 27.9 miles, the trail has a 2,432’ ascent and -2,431’ descent.
You’ll get a rush from the downhill descents on the 12.1-mile trail at Versailles State Park. Featuring an 875' climb and -876’ descent, this trail gives you a little taste of every thrill: from buff singletrack to rocks, roots and obstacles caused by the native limestone.
Griffin Bike Park in Terre Haute features a 16-mile trail system with 100+ enhanced terrain and technical trail features. The system is progression based, so there is something for every skill level.
New Castle’s Westwood Park is a gem in the middle of farm country. The trail takes you 8.7 miles around a small reservoir, providing really nice views. Because turns are tight and glacial gravel and sand is rather loose, this trails runs slower.
There’s even challenging mountain biking right in our biggest urban center! Take to the trails at Fort Harrison State Park, located in the hilliest part of Indianapolis.
In the northern part of the state, check out Westville’s Bluhm Park. Though it’s just 4.2 miles long, it is a good challenge for most riders.