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Ride down CA-1 from Pescadero Beach down to Davenport (almost) and return. 45.5 mi with 2285 ft climbing. Maybe visit Pescadero for food and drink on the way back.
Map. GPS, Ride directions are here:
Meet in parking lot for Pescadero Beach at intersection of CA-1 and Pescadero Rd. Look for a vehicle in the parking lot with an orange traffic cone on its top.
Start at 9:00am, 9:00am, 9:00am Cue sheets will be available on the vehicle windshield for late arrivals. Any changes, cancellation or other notices of impending disasters will be posted on the www.cycling4fun.com website by 7:00am the day of the ride. Ride leader is Bob Carlson. Helmets required.
Moved to July 30 - Enjoy your summer break
The Alpine Dam loop (featuring the 7 Itch-Bays). This is the clockwise direction.
44.8 miles Climbing = 3603 ft.
STARTING LOCATION: Fort Baker in the Discovery Museum parking lot. Fort Baker is just under the Golden Gate and has access off Alexander Ave (the road from Highway one to Sausalito). Fort Baker information with site map here: https://www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/fort-baker.htm
Further ride information, route map, cue sheets, and GPS download at https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31347026
Any changes in these rides, including cancellation, due to weather or other evil doing will be posted on the www.cycling4fun,com website by 7:00am the day of the ride.
Starting time is 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am – Cue sheets will be on the windshield for late arrivals. Look for a vehicle in the parking area with an orange traffic cone on top. Ride leader is Bob Carlson. Helmets required.
PART A: A challenge for cyclists, the Marshall Wall has been a Northern peninsula standard for a long time. This ride goes over the Wall and then a costal ride to Pt. Reyes. Then through Samuel Taylor Park and Nicasio on the return to the start. 55.6 miles, 3860 climbing.
Additional information including map, cue sheets, and Garmin download is available here: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39784177
PART B: An alternative is to ride to Pt. Reyes and return directly (32 mii, 2,200 ft) or through ST Park.,42.6 miles, 2950 climbing
Additional information including map, cue sheets, and Garmin download is available here:
A lot of this ride is in the open so be prepared for heat and use sunscreen.
There is a parking fee at Stafford bike park.
Start at 9:00am, 9:00am, 9:00am Cue sheets will be available on the vehicle windshield for late arrivals. Any changes, cancellation or other notices of impending disasters will be posted on the www.cycling4Fun.com website by 7:00am the day of the ride. Ride leader is Bob Carlson. Helmets required.