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If you plan on going to the Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival, why not bring your bike over the hill and get a ride in at Wilder in the morning. We will ride for about 2 hours and then head over to spend the afternoon at the Festival. This will be a great way to start your weekend and then give you Sunday off.
The ride at Wilder will be at an advanced beginner level.
For those that need to get out on your bike, come on out and enjoy a great place on the coast with awesome views! Bring water and a snack as there will be a chance to take a break to enjoy your ride.
Meet at 9:30 AM in the main parking lot. There are restrooms available. We will then ride to the tunnel under Highway 1. If you park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, there is a fee to park. I recommend to pay the parking fee in support of & our use of the state parks.
Tires roll at 9:43 AM or sooner if all YES RSVP's are present. Please be there by the meet time, we don't want to leave without you.
Difficulty: "Easy to moderate, with smooth wide trails for beginners and a few single-tracks. On my scale of 1-5, 1 being easy - I will say this ride may be a 2-3.
Where: Wilder Ranch State Park, Hwy 1, just north of Santa Cruz.
Remember, all riders need to be members of Meetup.com & South Bay Mountain Bike Group. Guests are no longer allowed. All riders need to RSVP as a member.
Rain may 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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This is a great opportunity to explore and enjoy the abundance of trails in this corner of the world.
Please remember to bring water, and check that your bike is ready to ride. Also remember to carry an extra tube and a chain master link with you that fits your bike. Its ok if you need help to repair it, you will have the items needed to keep your ride going.