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Mountain Bike with a MTRP Ranger Nature Ride (Progressive) Series


Ride 1: Newbees & Families
Oct 7, 2017 at 9AM

Location: Oak Grove Loop starting at the Visitor Center

Easy ride. Ride is for all types of riders. Learn the different types of terrain. Trails are mostly flat except for two sections.  Learn how to shift, brake and control your bike all while learning about the park’s natural resources. You will be riding up to 10 miles.

Beginner level. Learn shifting, braking and handlingskills from SDMBA volunteers.

Every first Saturday of the month (except July-Sept) 9am-11am at Mission Trails Regional Park

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. 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.



  MTRP Series Oct-Dec 2017 Flyer


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