The Moscow nature specialists (Mospriroda) prepared special cycling routes through the natural areas of the Russian capital, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reported.
If the Biryulevsky arboretum has three thematic cycling routes at once, then the Raketa cycle path leads cyclists past the picnic areas, while the cycling path Cross Country is designed for extreme lovers, as it includes slides and steep climbs. In the Bitsevsky forest, there are two cycling routes that pass through the Konkovsky pond, and the white and brittle willows growing on its banks. Cyclists can also ride throughout the Kuzminki-Lyublino park, the length of the route in which is 3.1 kilometres. More routes can be found on the city mayor’s official website.