From easy to more challenging, you can find a trail to explore.

How about a vacation powered by you? Literally!

Whether you seek an active getaway or just a weekend stroll, pedaling across the Island's multiple trails and landscapes is one of the best ways to experience Puerto Rico. From jungle paths to ocean views, forests, and urban settings, discover epic single tracks away from the crowds and connect with the most astonishing sceneries at your own pace.

To make your "bike plans" more comfortable, you can rent all the necessary gear once you get to paradise. You can always opt for planning a self-supported tour.

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Note: Before heading out, pack a light backpack with water, snacks, and personal items like sunglasses, insect repellant, sunscreen, and toiletries. Since biking is an active, physical activity, always carry your medical information or emergency contact.

Here are a few trails you shouldn't miss:


Enjoy the panoramic views of Isabela. 

Paseo Tablado de Piñones  

Just a few minutes from Isla Verde lies the Paseo Tablado de Piñones, a beloved trail by locals and tourists alike, winding its way from ocean views to the mangrove forest. The path is surrounded by seagrape trees and other mangroves, providing numerous photo opportunities along the way. It's mostly flat and stretches for approximately 6 miles in the Piñones State Forest, where only non-motorized vehicles are allowed. You can rent your bike and cycling gear along the trail from places like CicloNatura, Lula's Bike Rent, Rent the Bicycle, and COPI (Centro Cultural y Ecoturístico de Piñones).

The trail is easy and can be enjoyed by all.

Tip: During your visit, set aside some time to splash around on the beach and dine at the numerous restaurants and beach bars near the boardwalk.

Paseo lineal de Isabela 

Known for being a surfer town, you wouldn't think of biking through Isabela. Nevertheless, the municipality has an exclusive trail for cycling enthusiasts and walkers in the area. It's at Paseo lineal de Isabela, where you can ride at any skill level. Surrounded by wildflowers, the bike route stretches for over 4 miles with fascinating views of Jobos and Middles Beach. You'll find rest gazebos, informative signs, and even stop by the beach along the track. You can rent your equipment at the nearby Pedalea Isabela store.

Tip: End your day with a refreshing dip at Jobos Beach. Depending on your accommodation, you can plan a tour the next day to Guajataca State Forest, where you'll find several trails and an observation tower.


There are routes for both experienced and novice bikers. 

Trail at the Reserva Natural de Humacao 

An adventure awaits you in Punta Santiago, Humacao! The trails of the Reserva Natural de Humacao  range from easy to challenging, with nine different tracks to discover on-site. You'll have plenty of starting points to access the beach overlooking Isla de Mona and informative signs along the way. The gazebos offer views of the lagoon, where you can also kayak if you wish, and fishing docks where you can relax. You can rent all your equipment at Morillo Cycle at the entrance upon arrival or book in advance.

Tip: Combine biking with birdwatching and hiking for an unforgettable recharge and reconnect experience.

Monte Brujo 

A challenge for the most skilled cyclist, Monte Brujo in Guayama features some awesome climbs and descents. Mostly ridden as a single-track cross-country trail, this location boasts nearly 25 trails perfect for mountain biking, running, and hiking. Prepare to steer clear of some tree branches as you pedal through a rugged path free of obstacles like roots and rocks. You can rent your MTB equipment at nearby Papa's Cycles or Vives Rental Equipment. Note that there are no food kiosks around, so make sure to bring plenty of water and snacks for the day.

Tip: Finish your circuit at La Casa de los Pastelillos, where you'll taste some of Puerto Rico's most famous fritters with a sea view.

Mountain Bike Trail at Domes

Rincón is also known as a surfer's paradise in Puerto Rico. However, most mountain biking enthusiasts visit this town on the west coast because of its challenging route. Located near Lighthouse Park, the Domes trail is a jungle playground with cross-country-style rides, downhill trails, and some of the best views this surfer town has to offer. End your trip with the most spectacular sunset you can witness on the island and take a dip to cool off after a day of pedaling. You can get your equipment at Rincón Mountain Bike Pro Shop.

Consejo: When you're in Rincón, make sure to witness the most epic sunset you'll see in Puerto Rico.