United States bicycle routes (USBR) are interconnected national networks of roads and paved pathways that allow cyclists to easily travel from state to state. USBR35 is one of those highways and runs North to South through central Indiana for about 360 miles.
Whether they travel 10 miles or 100, cyclists will experience an iconic Midwestern landscape that is affordable, safe, and fun. Adventure-seekers, cycling fanatics, racers, families, and tourists will enjoy the rural scenery of Indiana, a plethora of outdoor activities, local eateries and small-town personalities that make USBR35 not just a bike route, but a unique traveling excursion.
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Who is involved: 15 counties throughout Indiana have come together to promote the route and offer cyclists the resources to enjoy each community they encounter.