East Bay Bike Trailsby Conrad J. Boisvert
The San Francisco East Bay Area offers recreational and competitive cyclists many choices of rides with wide varieties of scenery and terrain, ranging from the Carquinez Strait in the north to Fremont in the south and as far as Brentwood and Livermore in the east, and, west to San Francisco Bay. Carefully planned rides incorporate detailed route instructions, accurate maps and predictable elevation profiles, as well as interesting historical facts and special points of interest for each area.
Ride along the spectacular Carquinez Scenic Drive.
Explore the San Francisco Bay wetlands in Coyote Hills Regional Park.
+ Experience the extreme remoteness of Mines Road in Livermore or Morgan Territory Road on the eastern slope of Mount Diablo.
Ride the undeveloped trails in the superbly managed East Bay Regional Parks.
Challenge yourself on the hills in Mount Diablo State Park.
Experience the eerie feeling of riding through the windmills of Altamont Pass in Livermore.
Climb along the many roads through the scenic Berkeley Hills.
East Bay Bike Trails outlines 27 separate rides and 6 additional ride variations, ranging in length from 9 to 52 miles. Included in these are 8 mountain bike rides in East Bay Regional Parks and Mount Diablo State Park. Difficulty levels range from easy, flat rides over short distances, to long rides with climbs of 2,000 feet or more. Get out your bike, put on your helmet, and enjoy the many experiences awaiting you in the San Francisco East Bay!
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