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Great Divide Mountain Bike Route #5: Platoro, Colorado - Pie Town, New Mexico (431 Miles)

By Adventure Cycling Association

Adventure Cycling Association
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Great Divide Mountain Bike Route #5: Platoro, Colorado - Pie Town, New Mexico (431 Miles)
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This segment of the Great Divide Moutnain Bike Route climbs out of Colorado and into New Mexico. There it traverses the remote, high-elevation Tusas Mountains before passing through three New Mexico villages straight out of Old Mexico: Canon Plaza, Vallecitos, and El Rito. South of Abiquiu, home of the late painter Georgia O'Keefe, a tough, 25-mile climb up Polvadera Mesa leads into the Jemez Mountains. Elk and black bears are common residents in this heavily forested portion of Santa Fe National Forest. South of Cuba the route winds through the carved maze of terrain that separates Mesa Chivato and Chaco Mesa. It is an incredibly eroded, otherworldly landscape of pinon-studded plateaus, deep arroyos, tall volcanic plugs, and abandoned ranches. This spectacular and exceedingly remote stretch of land dishes up dozens of short, steep climbs and descents. From there the route winds across the northwest flank of the San Mateo Mountains before dropping into the sprawling community of Grants and then skirting the lava flows of El Malpais National Monument. The route in this section remains on the east side of the Continental Divide until just north of Pie Town, where it crosses to the west side.

Mountain Biking Northern New Mexico: A Guide to the Taos, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque Areas' Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Rides (Regional Mountain Biking Series)

By Bob D'Antonio

Globe
Paperback (240 pages)

Mountain Biking Northern New Mexico: A Guide to the Taos, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque Areas  Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Rides (Regional Mountain Biking Series)
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Mountain Biking Northern New Mexico gives fat-tire enthusiasts the skinny on the best rides around Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Toas, Los Alamos, and the Sangre de Cristos. Readers can choose from scenic forest roads to hot singletrack. Cyclists can expect exhaustive and comprehensive trail descriptions of more than 40 of the region's greatest mountain bike adventures, from beginner to advanced. Included are high quality, digitally designed maps and accurate route profiles showing the ups and downs of each ride. In addition, detailed directions get cyclists to the ride without getting them lost. Detailed mile-by-mile directional cues are also provided with difficulty ratings, elevation gain, trail contacts, and much more. Black and white photographs round out this book's presentation. It's not just a mountain bike guide to Northern New Mexico. It's a guide to Northern New Mexico by mountain bike.

Road Biking New Mexico (Road Biking Series)

By Nicole Blouin

Brand: FalconGuides
Paperback (288 pages)

Road Biking New Mexico (Road Biking Series)
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This guide provides all the information and maps necessary for 40 of the top bicycle tours in New Mexico

Mountain Biking New Mexico (State Mountain Biking Series)

By Sarah Bennett Alley

Globe Pequot Press
Paperback (312 pages)

Mountain Biking New Mexico (State Mountain Biking Series)
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  • MOUNTAIN BIKING NEW MEXICO
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Complete route descriptions, detailed maps, and elevation data provide all the information for 70 of the best fat-tire rides in the Southwest.

Bicycling America's National Parks: Arizona and New Mexico: The Best Road and Trail Rides from the Grand Canyon to Carlsbad Caverns

By Sarah Bennett Alley

Norton
Paperback (352 pages)

Bicycling America s National Parks: Arizona and New Mexico: The Best Road and Trail Rides from the Grand Canyon to Carlsbad Caverns
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The first and only guide to bicycling the national parks and adjacent wild lands of Arizona and New Mexico.

Bicycling is becoming an increasingly popular way to experience our national parks as many are restricting access to private vehicles. This complete adventure guide to the national parks of Arizona and New Mexico features more than 80 road and mountain bike rides through the parks' most spectacular natural areas. The outstanding variety of natural environments and terrain found in the Southwest, coupled with its rich cultural and historic heritage, make the national parks of Arizona and New Mexico a cyclist's paradise. With this book as your guide you can ride to a secluded overlook of the Grand Canyon from the North Rim; glide through the Sonoran Desert in the company of massive saguaro cactus; or pedal among the ancient ruins of the Anasazi at Chaco Canyon. The routes and trails in this book are suitable for both road and mountain bikers from novice to expert. They traverse the beautiful and enchanting landscapes of the desert Southwest, while taking you to some of the region's most fascinating historical and archeological treasures. Each ride description includes a detailed map, tour directions, information about the trail or road surface, the length and difficulty of the ride, and sights you'll see along the way. A trip-planning appendix for each park tells you where to stay or camp, do your laundry, eat, buy supplies, and repair or rent a bike.

Bike Tour New Mexico: Turquoise Trail/Manzanos

By Peter Rice

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Paperback (72 pages)

Bike Tour New Mexico: Turquoise Trail/Manzanos
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Ancient ruins, cutting edge art and powerful landscapes come standard in New Mexico, so why not get away and see it all on your next bike tour? This route covers the Turquoise Trail between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, the east side of the rugged Manzano Mountains and the scenic splendor of the Rio Grande Valley. It includes detailed elevation and route maps, step-by-step directions, and information on food, shelter, and things to see. Designed for budget and luxury bike tourists alike, (whether from New Mexico or not) this guide features a bonus directory of area bike shops, including which offer rentals and packing/shipping services. This route is is the perfect getaway: Rural and gorgeous, but with just enough civilization. You provide the bike and the muscle, and this guide will take care of the adventure.

The New Mexico Mountain Bike Guide

By Chris Shaw Bant Hayenga

Big Ring Press
Paperback (106 pages)

The New Mexico Mountain Bike Guide
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The experience of mountain biking in northern New Mexico encompasses many aspects not found in other locations. Winter riding along a 300 year old acequia with the sun shining through the bare branches of giant cottonwoods or riding along the red sandstone cliffs of high desert mesas is an experience unique to New Mexico. On a warm summer day the high mountains with their cool aspen meadows, abundant wild flowers, and challenging single-track trails call you away from the heat and congestion of life in the city. The fantastic variety is what keeps enthusiasts coming back after year. New Mexico is also well known for its arts, Indian crafts, and multicultural history, which are as varied and interesting as the terrain in which to explore on your mountain bike. This guide contains 35 rides on gravel roads, forest two tracks, and 11 single-track trails in area surrounding Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos, Red River, Zuni, and the Rio Chama. For a comprehensive guide to the Jemez Mountains in north central New Mexico, purchase the Mountain Bike Guide to the Jemez Mountains by the same authors. This book includes maps, routes descriptions, ride profile graphs.

Bicycle Route 66 Map #5: Gallup, New Mexico - Oatman, AZ (404 Miles)

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Bicycle Route 66 Map #5: Gallup, New Mexico - Oatman, AZ (404 Miles)
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Bicycle Route 66 does not always follow Historic Route 66. Deviations were made based on present-day conditions. Many miles of the route parallels interstates. When the interstate system was built, U.S. 66 became I-55, I-44 and I-40 so you'll ride on interstate shoulders and multiple frontage roads. Between Gallup, New Mexico and Oatman, Arizona the country is open and semiarid; there are generally long distances between services provided by the few trading posts along I-40. Traffic on I-40 is fast and can be heavy due to it being a major east/west truck route. Shoulders are generally wide with well-placed rumble strips, but conditions may vary. Between Gallup and Chambers the route crosses the Navajo Nation and is subject to the rules and regulations of both the U.S. and the nation. The Petrified Forest National Park offers a welcome diversion from riding the shoulder of I-40. The elevation and traffic increase between Winona and Flagstaff. Expect more traffic and urban riding through Flagstaff. Towns increase in frequency beyond Flagstaff. From the I-40 crossing to Oatman there is gradual climbing across the basin for approximately 15 miles. It is followed by 9 miles of steep, narrow ascents around switchbacks to the expansive Sitgreaves Pass before winding downhill into Oatman. In Oatman you can enjoy a trip back to the Old West but don't feed the wild burros they've been known to follow and harass bicyclists.


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