I noticed you only mentioned physical things. I am a big believer that kids need to move their bodies too, but I never had a hobby of any of those. If your interest is having her be more physically active, maybe make a routine where you bike ride with her on certain days or take walks together. You can even do a workout together at this age, or try yoga together.
Does she show interest in anything else, such as reading even? There are a million things you can try out there. There are many types of art, music, dance, theater, etc.
Then there are also skills, like sewing, crochet or knit, even tatting is quite lovely and easy to take along with you. There is also cross stitch and embroidery. Cross stitch has recently made a comeback with lots of children as there are so many patterns now kids find amusing, like patterns that have naughty sayings (maybe beyond what you would like), but also things like "Rainbows are the farts of unicorns" with a picture, etc. There are many that are for games as well like Mario Brothers and games that happen to have been in pixelation or still are. My sons even like cross stitch for this reason.
Jewelry making can be incredibly fun and also very diverse. You can do everything from simply braiding or macrame with cord to learning how to handle jump rings and chains.
I live in a pretty rural place without much to offer and all those are things you can easily locate here. We also have horseback riding lessons for very reasonable, a nature conservancy, etc.
My personal belief is that a person without a passion just hasn't found one yet. I truly believe that. My younger children have things they enjoy, but the oldest (of the little ones) is 10 and hasn't yet found his either. I would suspect he will in the next 4 years, so we just keep trying new things. We will just look until he does.
I don't force my kids to do things, but I also sort of act like it's not a question. I say "Come on, let's go...." and then say whatever it is. We try it out. If we like it, we do it again, if not, no worries. We could try a new thing every week and never run out of things to try.