In North Carolina we've mostly enjoyed views and activities in the Great Smoky Mountains and along the Blue Ridge Parkway, but visited a few other areas as well. Scroll down or click on the links below for more details:
The Brevard Bike Path has two personalities, a paved trail from downtown Brevard to the town's sports complex, and then an unpaved trail in the Pisgah National Forest along the Davidson River. In the forest, it parallels a portion of the Art Loeb hiking trail. While mountain biking is more common in the area, a rail-trail between Hendersonville and Brevard is in the planning stages. Pisgah National Forest has many recreational options, and is known for its waterfalls.
The Cape Fear River Trail runs 5+ miles at Fayetteville and along the Fear River. River views, wooden bridges including a covered bridge and a boardwalk. Runs through woodland and marsh, mostly flat with some hilly sections. Parking and facilities located at Clark Park and at the soccer complex. Abundant wildlife, interpretative signs. Benches, picnic tables, and port-a-lets provided along the trail.
More information on biking in North Carolina (opens in a new window):
Bike Florida - Biking Outside Florida-North Carolina
Our Top 10 FL Biking