Mountain Bike Trail
Not something you usually associate with a museum, the Haan Museum of Indiana Art has a highly rated mountain bike trail on the grounds that is open to the public. Built by the Haans as a training trail to develop their mountain biking skills, it was opened to the public in 2011 as a 2 1/2 mile out and back trail. Subsequently it has been expanded to a 7 mile out and back trail. An all singletrack trail, it has rocks, ledges, bridges, whoop-de-dos, benched areas, drop offs, ramps, and other features.
This is an intermediate trail with some advanced loops that leave the main trail and return to the same place. Intermediate riders should enjoy the intermediate trail marked with blue arrows, and will probably venture onto some of the advanced sections marked with red arrows.
Helmets are required and BMX bikes are not allowed.
Part of the Nature Trail coincides with the Mountain Bike Trail, and both riders and hikers must share the trail.