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Bike Trails

Visit Tri-Valley is ideal if you like riding bikes or want to try bike riding. There are areas for mountain biking, off road biking, tandem riding, touring and cruising. And if you looking for some suggestions, Visit Tri-Valley, in partnership with My City Bikes, has revealed a suite of self-guided bicycle tours to help visitors access the region’s best local attractions on two wheels. There are even bikes that do the peddling for you. We have provided maps and suggested stops along the way. Let's get rolling.


The Danville self-guided bicycle tour is a 13-mile tour to Danville, Blackhawk, and San Ramon. The Danville self-guided bike tour is a journey to the flavors, recreational highlights, and cultural landmarks of the community. From local museums to farm-to-table restaurants to historical sites, you’ll experience the best of Danville on this day tour!



Livermore Valley Wine Country

The Wine Country self-guided bicycle tour is a 27-mile tour that starts and finishes in Downtown Livermore. Discover the beautiful Livermore Valley wine country by bike! Ride to several of the area’s favorite vineyards, recreational and scenic areas, and tastiest eateries.




The Pleasanton/Dublin self-guided bicycle tour is an 18-mile tour that starts and finishes in Downtown Pleasanton. The Pleasanton/Dublin self-guided bike tour is a ride through the area’s history, exceptional shopping, global cuisine, and picturesque outdoor spaces. Ride through the community’s bike-friendly streets and on the Iron Horse Trail as you navigate this loop. There are plenty of stops – and treats – in store for you along the way!

These self-guided bicycle tours developed through a partnership between Visit Tri-Valley and global beginner biking specialists My City Bikes provide visitors with a bicycling adventure to enjoy at their own pace. Simply follow the turn-by-turn directions to pedal to local attractions for an essential Tri-Valley experience!