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Welcome to ctbikeroutes.org!

This website has been developed by three Connecticut based bicycle enthusiasts as a service to the cycling community. Search and find detailed information on over 400 bike routes, most of which are located entirely in Connecticut.  Several Massachusetts rides are included while other rides, though originating in Connecticut, visit the adjoining states of Rhode Island, Massachusetts or New York.  Ride lengths range from 25-100 miles; most are 30-40 miles.


Instructions Search Links

Step 1: Select one or more of the search criteria. The more criteria you select, the more refined the search.

Geographic Region



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Start Town

Ride Lengtht

less than 35 miles
35 to 50 miles
over 50 miles

Terrain/Difficulty
Check all that apply
Flat
Flat to Rolling
Rolling
Rolling to Hilly
Hilly
Very Hilly

Keyword(s) Search
(Note: The following words are excluded from searches: "a","an","and","&","at" ,"is","of","on","ride","the","to")

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Step 2: After selecting the search criteria, choose the Search Rides button. You can also choose no criteria and simply View All Rides in the ride data base

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Step 3: Search Result Listings allow you to view and download a Ride Description as well as download and print a turn-by-turn Route Sheet to take with you on your ride. Adobe Acrobat is required. New feature: The search results will also provide you with a link to an interactive map of the ride showing the route and elevation.

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DISCLAIMER: While every attempt has been made to assure that the Route Sheets (Cue Sheets) and the Ride Descriptions are accurate, the volume and nature of the information precludes any guarantees.  Mistakes will happen, various road/street signs will get changed, become obscured or disappear, etc. In general, Murphy's Law will prevail.  For this reason, use the ride information provided at your own risk. We suggest that, in addition to the Route Sheets provided here, that you also bring with you a detailed street map of the area in which you will be riding. And, we hope that you will take the time to report any problems you find. Also, this website has been developed voluntarily; no one is profiting from its use.  Email us with any comments or feedback to
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