USBR 35 connects Louisville, Kentucky in the south to Michigan in the north (where it continues onto USBR 35 in Michigan). It traverses diverse topographies and ecosystems, including wetlands, forests, fields, and agricultural land. An urban highlight along the route is Indianapolis, where cyclists can explore cultural and historical attractions and bicycle facilities including the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
USBR 35A is an alternate version of USBR 35 that offers more direct routing for cyclists wishing to stay on road rather than utilize separated bike paths. Similar to USBR 35, it connects Louisville, Kentucky in the south to Michigan in the north (where it continues onto USBR 35 in Michigan
USBR 36 connects Illinois to the west and Michigan to the east, continuing around the south end of Lake Michigan. It utilizes several separated bike trails – including the Wolf Lake, Erie-Lackawanna, Oak-Savannah, and Prairie-Duneland trails – before connecting riders to the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore along the Dunes Highway.
USBR 50 connects the Illinois border in the west to the Ohio border in the east. It follows the route of The Ride Across, which passes through rolling hills and agricultural land and many bike friendly communities in central Indiana. USBR 50 intersects USBR 35 in Indianapolis, the largest city and capital of Indiana, where cyclists can explore the city’s seven cultural districts and historic sites, as well as its growing bicycle infrastructure.
Print maps and directions for all of the routes are available on the Indiana DOT's website and by purchase from Slow Foot Movement. Additional information and resources for USBR 35 are provided on www.indianausbr35.com.
USBR 35, USBR 36, and USBR 50 are also shown on the Indiana Trails website.