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"Mountain Bike Ride with a MTRP Ranger" Ride #2

Moderate/Fit Beginner Nature Ride starts at 9AM
Location: West Sycamore Staging Area dirt lot at the east end of Stonebridge Pwky.
Enjoy the vistas as you ride. This new area to the park is waiting to be explored. We’ll start on gentle service roads where you may see birds of prey rising to eye level on thermals from the canyons below. We will ride a new wide single track trail down and up through Beeler Canyon. This will be a ride for  moderate/fit beginners. Maximum distance will be 10 miles. Two hours.

Every first Saturday of the month (except July-Sept)
Looking for a new family outdoor activity? Want to get to know the park and increase your mountain bike skills? Join ranger Araceli Dominguez for this fun, nature and progressive beginner to intermediate series of rides. See the boxes below for the next location of a ride in this series. Come early and volunteers from San Diego Mountain Biking Association will help you make adjustments to your bike. Every following ride’s difficulty will increase a little so you can try new skills and get comfortable with your bike. Remember to bring plenty of water, a helmet, sunscreen and snacks. Wet trails cancel rides.

This series repeats every three months. Check mtrp.org /events for next series dates.


  Series Flyer

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