We will meet at 2:30 PM at the Cul du Sac at the end of Carlmont Drive.
This ride is open to intermediate riders and better.
Tires roll at 2:40 PM or sooner if all "Yes" RSVPs have arrived.
Please be there by the meet time. We don't want to leave without you.
This is a fun place to ride with some awesome trails. You have read the past ride reviews, this is a fun group!!! As always, we will never leave anyone behind, take needed breaks, and regroup often. This should be about a 90-120 minute ride.
Difficulty (1 easiest, 5 hardest):
Technical Rating: 3-4 -- Narrow trails with steep cliffs, high penalty for mistakes on tricky downhill sections.
Stamina Rating: 2 -- Several short steep climbs. Elevation gain is only a few hundred feet.
The ride leader reserves the right to refuse any rider for any reason from participating on this ride.
Your gear must be in good condition, no broken/bashed helmets, helmets and gloves are required. You should also make sure your bike is in good condition before the ride. Bring a spare tube, bike pump, and chain links.
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From Southbay area:
I suggest taking 280, as the traffic on 101 and crossing El Camino on Ralston can be extremely heavy.
280 North to 92 East
First exit, Ralston, turn right.
Right on Lyall way (Near the bottom of the hill)
Left on Lake Rd.
Right on Carlmont Dr. Follow to the end and park in the Cul de Sac or parking area.
101 freeway north, exit onto Ralston Avenue Exit 412.
Turn left onto Ralston Avenue.
Turn left onto Alameda De Las Pulgas.
Turn right onto Carlmont Dr, at the "stop" sign turn left to stay on Carlmont, follow Carlmont to the end and park.
The trail head starts here.
Travel time from Santa Clara is about 30-40 minutes.
Rain will cancel this event
Will post a weather update by 11 AM
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