Jefferson County offers some of the most scenic cycling routes in Indiana!

Rides range from open farmland to rolling hills and deep valleys. Throughout the countryside quaint villages and forgotten scenes reflect the county’s rich history. Downtown Madison is one of Indiana’s historic treasures. Cycling is the perfect way to explore the 133-block historic district. Historic homes, museums, parks, and a lively Main Street provide any number of destinations.

American Discovery Trail

Make Madison a stop along the Southern Midwest Route of American Discovery Trail (ADT). The ADT follows IN 62, also known as the Chief White Eye Trail, & passes through Madison and Hanover College.

The Lewis & Clark Historic Trail

Whether you take the entire 4,900 mile long trail or a portion of it, make Madison a stop as you journey the Lewis & Clark Expedition.

Biking Through History in Madison & Jefferson County Indiana

This bicycle tour through Madison explores the fringes of the historic district, the neighborhoods of working-class immigrants, and the history of the riverfront. Madison is easy to navigate and cyclists should also explore the many sights in the center of town.

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