Rider Reviews & Trail Travelers
Each year, thousands of riders pedal a portion of the Erie Canalway Trail. Many take a short trek for daily exercise; others plan a vacation, cycling through the canal's small towns, visiting artisan shops, unique restaurants and quaint inns and B&Bs along the way. History buffs retrace America's longest man-made waterway.
Others cycle the entire trail, fulfilling a dream of crossing the great state of New York on two wheels. For many, it is part of a longer journey across the United States. No matter how many miles you travel, there are always new adventures to discover.
To find out what others are saying about cycling the Erie Canalway, visit Trip Advisor or read the stories below to see what trail travelers have to share.
Ginger, Tucker & Fiddle
Ginger and Tucker (and that's Fiddle in the Flyer) are traveling coast-to-coast on their way to Cape Cod. Fiddle takes turns riding and running. He's a little wet in the photo from a cooling plunge in the canal.
Caity, Eva, & David
This is Caity, Eva and David from Brooklyn riding back from a conference in Detroit on biking.
50th High School Reunion
These guys are celebrating their 50-year reunion from High School graduation by biking from Buffalo to Syracuse. Jack is from Saratoga Springs, NY. Bill is from Oak Bluffs, Mass. And Mike is from Punta Gorda, FL. They are staying at hotels along the way.
Alan and Rachel
Alan met his daughter Rachel from Boston in Buffalo to ride the Erie Canalway Trail to Syracuse. They stayed overnight at a hotel in Brighton south of Rochester and then rode the Genesee Riverway Trail along the east side of the Genesee River to downtown Rochester and a BBQ place.
Ken & Carol
Spending the last week of May riding end-to-end.