New York (state)/Bike Routes
The (Erie) Canalway Trail connects Buffalo to Albany, generally following the route of the Erie Canal. Currently about 2/3 complete, it ultimately is supposed to be 524 miles in length and generally follow the Erie, Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca, and Champlain canals. r to the Corning Preserve on the Albany river front. It is the eastern most part of the (Erie) Canalway Trail.
New York Bike Route 5
New York Bike Route 5 is a 365 mile route running from Niagara Falls to the Massachusetts/New York Line, generally following NY highways 5, 20 and 31, roughly paralleling the route of the Erie Canal.
New York Bike Route 9
New York Bike Route 9 is a 345 mile route running from Clinton County in the Adirondack Mountains south to New York City. It generally follows Lake Champlain and the Hudson River.
Dutchess Rail Trail
The Dutchess Rail Trail runs east from Poughkeepsie, NY to Hopewell Junction. A connection to the Poughkeepsie Rail Bridge is scheduled for completion in 2010.
Hudson Valley Rail Trail
The Hudson Valley Rail Trail runs along abandoned Penn Central right-of-way on the west side of the Hudson River near Poughkeepsie, New York. A connection to the Poughkeepsie Rail Bridge is scheduled for completion in 2010.
Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail
The Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail is a 35 mile multi-use trail which runs from Rotterdam Junction, New York along the Mohawk River to Cohoes and then south along the Hudson River.
Uncle Sam Bikeway
The Uncle Sam Bikeway is a north-south trail through the North Troy and Lansingburgh neighborhoods of Troy, New York.