Pedal through History — Ride our bicycle trails and see why Remington is on the crossroads of history.
Our trails are marked for 3, 6, and 12 mile rides which take you through the beautiful Virginia countryside surrounding Remington.
Click on the maps above to see an interactive bike trail map for each route, or download a PDF to take along on your ride.
Virginia Bicycling Laws
Bicyclists must ride with the flow of traffic on the right side of the highway, as close as practicable to the right edge of the roadway.
Bicyclists must ride single file.
Bicyclists must signal their intentions to stop or turn.
Bicyclists may make left turns as either motorists or pedestrians do. To make a pedestrian left turn, the bicyclist should continue straight across the intersecting road, obey the traffic signals, turn left at the corner and proceed as usual. Bicyclists may also dismount and walk in the crosswalks of the intersecting roads.
Bicyclists may overtake and pass another vehicle only when safe to do so. Bicyclists may pass another vehicle on the right or left, and they may stay in the same lane, change lanes or ride off the road if necessary for safe passing. Please note that passing motor vehicles on the right side may be extremely dangerous if the motorist does not see the bicyclist and attempts a right turn.
Motorists must approach and pass a bicyclist at a safe distance and reasonable speed.
Bicyclists are not allowed to wear earphones while riding on a bicycle.
Every bicycle ridden between sunset and sunrise must have a white light on its front with the light being visible at least 500 feet to the front. The bicyclist must have a red reflector on the rear visible 300 feet to the rear.