Car-free trails set to welcome riders

If you’re looking for wide open spaces to ride your EllipitiGO bike, Canada is ready to welcome you with open arms. When completed later this year, The Great Trail will traverse 22,000 km (13,670 miles) across the entire country, making it the longest car-free path in the world.

Canada Great TrailConstruction began in 1992 and is due to be completed this year to help celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. Read more about The Great Trail.

South of the Canadian border, the East Coast Greenway is taking shape along the Atlantic coastline of the United States. A route running 4800 km (3000 miles) from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida has been designated.

250px-american_tobacco_trailAccording to the vision for the project, once completed the entire route will be off-road; currently, only 30 percent is. Read more about the East Coast Greenway.

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