Most people think Bermuda is an island in the Caribbean. Well, guess what? They’re wrong on both counts. It’s actually islands in the Atlantic. A small country, Bermuda is only 22 miles from end to end, so it’s easy to miss off-the-beaten path places when traveling by car or scooter. But there’s another way to travel across the island that many visitors and even locals overlook. Hop on a bike!
There’s a one-of-a kind bike-riding experience on the Bermuda Railway Trail. The train closed in 1948, but the 22-mile path is still open to cyclists and runs from Somerset to St George’s.
Check out the highlights of cycling Bermuda in Peter’s latest Hidden Gems adventure.