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Two Wheels to Wild

This spring, choose your own bike adventure in San Diego County, with three bike routes full of wildlife, wildflowers, salty ocean spray, and even some tunnels and trestle bridges. Oh my, nice ride!

Week 04.28.2016
Regions Southern CA

Silver Lining

Silver Strand bike ride in San Diego

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Spanning prime Pacific Ocean coastline, the Bayshore Bikeway from Coronado to Imperial Beach is your 20-mile Saturday ride! Start at the Coronado Ferry Landing and bike along Tideland Park, underneath the mile-long Coronado Bridge and towards the Silver Strand—a path meant…
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Tunnels, Trestles, and the Impossible Railroad

Bike ride by the Impossible Railroad through tunnels and to a trestle in San Diego

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You’re going to need a headlamp for this bike ride. Take a 15-mile out-and-back Wild West revival ride along the “Impossible” Railroad, an engineering feat that extended from San Diego, California, to Yuma, Arizona. Starting in Jacumba’s Carrizo Gorge, pedal parallel to the…
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Coast to Crest Cruiser

Lake Hodges Bike Ride in San Diego

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Imagine a multi-use trail that extends from Volcan Mountain in the pine-studded forests of Julian to the coastal city of Del Mar—nearly 70 miles away. This dream is set to become a (complete!) reality in the next year, but you can get a solid sneak peek on a 20-mile out-and-back…
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