On paved bike trails along old railroad lines, on double-lane highways and mountain paths, cyclists are discovering the Northern Berkshires. Tours and organized rides are expanding up Route 7 and enjoying the beauty and the challenge of our open spaces.
- Casual riders can find bike rentals in Williamstown and Adams for a spin down the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, a broad, flat paved path running from Adams to Lanesborough along Cheshire Lake.
- For adventurers, mountain biking comes in an infinite variety, at groomed parks and on the trails, even on the slopes of Mount Greylock.
- Suggestions for some of the best routes across the top of the county, on and off the paved roads, can be found at Bike Berkshire North.
Your one-stop location for cycling through the Northern Berkshires and beyond.
The Ashuwillticook Rail Trail is a multiuse trail running north – south in Berkshire County.
A great mountain bike park in New England. Mountain bike rentals are not available.
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Visitors and residents of all ages can rent bikes and cruise the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail. The shop is steps from the beginning of the trail, making it easy to get riding.