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Bike Ride:Canada/Hwy 92 (San Mateo): Pescadero/Tunitas Creek Loop

All rides are cross-posted with Trainer Jer Kruse's website: Can't make the ride? Make your own adventure - check out for route suggestions and maps!

A memorable (long) ride with several loop options.

Route A: 65 miles with 6,000 feet of climbing. Up Old La Honda, lunch in Pescadero, Up Tunitas Creek, Down Kings Mountain/Huddard Park.

Route B: 61 miles with 6,000 feet of climbing. Up Hwy 84, lunch in Pescadero, Up Tunitas Creek, Down Skyline/Hwy 92.

Route C: 50 miles with 4,500 feet of climbing. Up Old La Honda, continue Hwy 84 to San Gregerio (lunch), up Tunitas Creek, down Skyline/Hwy 92.

Route D: 35 miles with 3,800 feet of climbing- return after completing the Old La Honda climb.

Route E: 32 miles with 1,800 feet of climbing- Portola Valley Loop.

Map: Turn by Turn for 61 Mile Route:

Directions to starting point:
1a. From East Bay- take the San Mateo Bridge (Highway 92) West, follow signs to Half Moon Bay.
1b. From 101 South or North- take Highway 92 West (Half Moon Bay).
2. On 92, as you approach the 280 interchange, be in the left lane still following sign to Half Moon Bay.
3. After you go under 280, be in the LEFT lane and TURN LEFT at the 1st signal onto Canada Road.
4. Park on either side of Canada Road on the shoulder.

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  • Beth M.

    Another great ride with amazing people! Thank you to everyone who joined us!

    July 20, 2014

  • Frank P.

    8:00 am meetups are somewhat difficult for us riders coming from Stockton, California. Is there anyway that you can change the start time of these rides to 9:00 a.m.?

    July 18, 2014

    • Beth M.

      Hi Frank! As our training season progresses and our riders become longer and include more climbing we need to start them earlier. We're preparing our gang for the two Arthritis Bike Classics, the recent Marin Headlands Arthritis Bike Classic and the upcoming People's Coast Arthritis Bike Classic. It's important that we start early to get our long route riders out of the heat/sun at a reasonable time.

      July 18, 2014

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