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Virginia Capital Trail

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Virginia Capital Trail

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RVATukTuk Sightseeing Tour of Richmond

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RVATukTuk provides private tours on open-aired tuk tuks. These are fun and unique electric vehicles. We are Virginia Green Travel certified and a woman-owned business.
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blazestarr wrote a review Apr 2021
12 contributions1 helpful vote
This was a welcome respite during the beginning of the pandemic. We used this trail for cycling and in-line skating. Definitely have to work on crossing the raised circles at each stop with in line skates.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Sienna Kennedy wrote a review Mar 2021
Richmond, Virginia13 contributions
I use the trail ALL the time. I am a walker, runner, cyclist. It's seriously the BEST thing our community could have done. I can't count the number of times I've gone from Richmond to Williamsburg (and sometimes back, but usually we meet with friends that drive us back & hang out in Carytown the next day). Whoever decided to build this trail should get an award!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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petew41133 wrote a review Nov 2020
Florissant, Missouri3 contributions
Super smooth (except for a very short stretch that had some root impact) on a racing road bike, road in rain and still had good traction, just go straight and don't brake or accelerate through wood bridges. Amazing historic sites along the way. Photo at Indian Fields Tavern from the porch seating, best burger ever and super bike friendly (place fill water bottles, park bike and sit when your grungy in bike gear:). 60 miles roundtrip to the tavern from Richmond lock trailhead.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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VirginiaLove2Travel wrote a review Oct 2020
Virginia Beach, Virginia361 contributions158 helpful votes
First, we live in Virginia Beach so hills are really not existent. We have ridden starting in Jamestown but also not hilly. So we decided to come to Richmond for the weekend and ride the trail East for a while. Can you say hills. Don’t get me wrong it was fun when we started along the canal but then you see the hills. We made it for several miles and then my husband decided it was too much (he doesn’t ride as much as me). So we turned back. Did have a few conversations with folks who felt the same way....but then those folks that just zoomed by us, probably laughing at us....heck I was laughing at me too. Don’t let my review deter you, go and enjoy how ever far you can ride and enjoy the many other things to see and do in Richmond.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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joansy wrote a review Oct 2020
Cleveland, Tennessee83 contributions14 helpful votes
We parked at the Jamestown Settlement Visitor Center. This is mile marker 0. We rode to mile marker 25 turned around and stopped at Culs Courthouse Grille for lunch. Than rode back to Jamestown. Total of 50 miles. The trail is scenic, shaded and well paved. The part through Sherwood Forest is so beautiful. We absolutely love this trail and can’t wait to ride it again. The next day we drove to mile marker 40 parked our car and rode down to mile marker 30 and back. Just as pretty as the first 25 miles. Don’t miss riding on this trail.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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