Koblenz's unique location on the Rhine and Moselle makes it an ideal starting point for numerous worthwhile bicycle tours. Enjoy the varied landscape around Koblenz with its rolling hills and green forests, with its architectural monuments and vine-covered slopes.
Excellent signposted cycle paths lead you through magnificent wine landscapes along the Rhine (Rhine Cycle Path) and the Moselle (Moselle Cycle Path). Along the routes, wine taverns and inns invite you to stop for a bite to eat.
Koblenz is the starting point or destination of the approx. 300 km long Moselle Cycle Path. From/to Metz it goes along the riverside paths through the magnificent Riesling wine country. The Moselle Cycle Path follows the course of the river in all its loops through a wide variety of landscapes and mostly runs close to the banks.More information at Radwanderland
If you are looking for sporty challenges, you will find the perfect environment for racing bike tours around Koblenz. Experience demanding climbs in the neighboring low mountain ranges. In the Eifel, the Hunsrück or the Westerwald you can gain a lot of altitude. Or would you prefer flat laps for basic training? The Moselle with its numerous bridges offers the perfect opportunity to complete flat training laps of varying lengths.
Touring MTB, cross-country or challenging bike parks - mountain bikers also get their money's worth here! Explore the trails of the Koblenz city forest or take a detour to the nearby bike parks in Bad Ems and Boppard.
We look forward to your great bike rides in our beautiful region!
As a bicycle-friendly city, there are several parking facilities in Koblenz. But if you want to play it safe, we recommend the bicycle parking garage at the main train station. Here you lock your bike for any duration in the video-monitored bicycle parking garage. This way you can explore the city or start a boat tour without any worries.
If you don't want to take your own bike with you, there are numerous possibilities to rent one. We have listed the bicycle parking garage and the bicycle rentals here: