The Grand Canyon is an indisputable bucket-list destination for hiking and backpacking, but it's not so well known for wheeled recreation. While it’s true that no trails for bicycles exist within the canyon, that’s no reason to leave your bike at home when visiting this national park. Certain roads and trails along the canyon rim are open to bikes, providing riding opportunities like nowhere else on Earth. At more than 7,000 feet elevation on the rim, you’ll breathe in thin air and gaze over the immense gorge unfolding below. Road rides, paved paths, and dirt singletrack all exist at the Grand Canyon... you just have to know where to go.