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Ride a Little, Drink a Latte

All great bike paths lead to coffee—well, at least these three do. Steer your two-wheeler to Riverside, Newport Beach, or Long Beach, and get the wind in your hair while happily caffeinated!

Week 09.05.2019
Regions Southern CA

Biking Along Long Beach

Bicycling the Long Beach Shoreline Bike Path

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The Long Beach Shoreline Bike Path is the quintessential SoCal oceanfront path—cool breezes, sandy beaches, swaying palms trees, beautiful boats. The 7.5-mile (round-trip) out-and-back bike path runs along the entirety of Long Beach’s narrow stretch of shoreline known locally as…
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Yosemite Is Autumn Magic

Yosemite Mariposa County Autumn Magic

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Autumn is Yosemite Mariposa’s secret season. Spring has waterfalls, summer has people, and fall … well that’s an autumn-magic slam-dunk. For starters, the hiking trails are still open, and much quieter (See the Top 5 Hikes for Fall). Channel Ansel Adams with primo autumn lighting…
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Riding Riverside’s Riverside

Bicycling the Santa Ana River Trail in Riverside

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Yes, Riverside has a river, and bicycling the Santa Ana River Trail from Fairmount Park to the Van Buren Bridge and back (a 12.8-mile round-trip) is a great way to see it. Well, you’ll see it occasionally, anyway. This well-trafficked bike route quickly links to Riverside’s more…
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Biking With the Back Bay Birds

Bicycling the Back Bay Loop Trail in Newport Beach

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Biking the 10-mile Newport Beach Back Bay Loop Trail is a great way to see the quiet side of Newport Beach—the side that isn’t beach. Instead you’ll ride through 1,000 acres of coastal wetlands known as the Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve and Ecological Reserve. Along the way…
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