CapitalNYBikeMap – Low traffic, low stress routes in the 4-county capital region
Interactive Bike Rack Map (2010)
Interactive map of recently installed (2010) bike racks in Albany County here.
2010 Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail Map
2006 Capital District Regional Bike-Hike Map
This map was designed by the Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) in the spring of 2006 as a comprehensive guide for pedestrians, cyclists, and inline skaters.
The CDTC redesigned this map in 2010 to include the locations of parking, restrooms, and other amenities along the forty-mile trail. You can also download this useful distance chart (.xls, 230 kb).
For a copy of either map, please call the CDTC at (518) 458-2161 or ask at your local bike shop.
Lake George – Glens Falls – Fort Edward Regional Bicycle Map
The Warren County bikeway stretches from downtown Glens Falls all the way to Lake George Village. The vast majority of the Warren County Bikeway is paved and for non-motor vehicle traffic. Where a separate trail was not possible, the trail intersects with local roads and shares the shoulder.
Meeting up with the Warren County Bikeway is the Feeder Canal Park Heritage Trail. This trail is not paved, but is finished with gravel. The Feeder Canal trail crosses the border into Washington County, and ends at the Old Champlain Canal Towpath.
For a copy of the map, please call the Adirondack / Glens Falls Transportation Council (AGFTC) at (518) 746-2199 or ask at your local bike shop.
The New York State Department of Transportation also has a useful website for state and regional bike routes.
2012 Hill Challenge By Jason Stilson
100 Miles of Hill By Andy Reeds (more like 110 jeez)
SAC Hell Ride By Andy Reed
Hell Century By Douglas Southwick
HRRT Century Route 2011 By Jonathan Stillman
Come Climb With Me! By Jonathan Stillman (120 miles, Yes!)
Charlton/Saratoga Battlefield Metric By Jonathan Stillman
Tour of the Battenkil By Jonathan Stillman
Sweat n Summer Century 2010 By Jonathan Stillman
Metric from Charlton Town Hall By Jonathan Stillman