Arastradero Tuesday ~ after work weekly ride

RSVP's will open 13 days before the ride.

RSVPing YES for a ride and not showing may get you moved off the ride list for all my rides this year. Please be courteous and drop out early enough to give the more reliable riders a chance to adjust their schedules and attend.

If you are on the wait list the day before and you know you will not be able to attend if added the day of, then please change your RSVP to not going. Chance's are someone will drop and meetup with add you up to the RSVP close time. Changing your RSVP after the close time will be considered a "No Show" for my rides.

 Arastradero Preserve in Palo Alto, meet in the parking lot by the information sign. Arrive early as the parking lot does fill up. You can also park on the side of the road, watch for the no parking signs.

FYI, my weekly Tuesday after work ride is not a beginner level ride. I will use this as a good workout ride, which means the pace will be quicker and with less breaks.

Tires roll at 6:08 PM or sooner if all YES RSVP's are present. Please be there by the meet time, we don't want to leave without you, but will!

Ride Details

Difficulty as noted in my Mtn Biking guide book is: "Easy to moderate, with smooth wide trails for beginners and a few short single-tracks. On my scale of 1-5, 1 being easy - I will say this may be a 1-2. This is a great place for a good fun workout.

Remember, all riders need to be members of Meetup.com & South Bay Mountain Bike Group. Guest are no longer allowed. All riders need to RSVP as a member.

Parking notice: if your heading to the park and you see parking on the side of the road, take it and just ride back to the parking lot. This will save everyone time instead of you having to head back down the road to park.



Rain will cancel. Check this listing the morning of the ride.

I will post by 8 AM a weather update if we need to cancel.

***Please remember, a helmet is required for all our rides.***

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  • Ray G

    Always a fun after work ride. Had to make it quick as the game was on. Thanks to all that made it.

    April 23, 2014

  • Dan

    No parking anywhere! Went somewhere else solo

    April 22, 2014

    • Ryan B.

      You can usually park along the road leading into Arastradero before the sign. There's a path that leads into the park or you can just go up the road. That's what most people do if they're not there early enough for a spot.

      April 22, 2014

    • Ray G

      Sorry about that, Dan. Like it states in the ride listing, "Arrive early as the parking lot does fill up. You can also park on the side of the road, watch for the no parking signs." Everyone else made it, just saying.

      April 23, 2014

  • Stephanie

    Sorry I hit a door with my little toe and can't fit any shoes besides flip flop :(
    Have fun guys!

    April 21, 2014

    • Ryan B.

      Sorry to hear that =(

      April 22, 2014

    • Stephanie

      Stuuupid door which stayed on my way! That sucks but icing a lot and hope to make it next week :)

      April 22, 2014

  • Onobed

    How long is the ride? Thanks.

    April 21, 2014

    • Ray G

      7-8 miles, 75 minutes

      April 21, 2014

  • Ryan B.

    I decided to take a break from my commute and do something more interesting. See ya'll on Tuesday!

    April 20, 2014

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