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Where to Bike Orange County: Best Biking in City and Suburbs
     

Where to Bike Orange County: Best Biking in City and Suburbs

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by Peter Dopulos
 

Where to Bike Orange County, is a cycling guide to the county for recreational cyclists who want to know more about fun interesting places to ride their bikes for family time, fun and fitness. Cycling is booming. It's free, healthy, environmentally friendly, sustainable and most of all it's fun. But Where to Ride? Where to Bike Orange County contains 50

Overview

Where to Bike Orange County, is a cycling guide to the county for recreational cyclists who want to know more about fun interesting places to ride their bikes for family time, fun and fitness. Cycling is booming. It's free, healthy, environmentally friendly, sustainable and most of all it's fun. But Where to Ride? Where to Bike Orange County contains 50 interesting rides for adults and 30 kids' rides for toddlers and beginners. There's also a section covering how to prepare and what to take with you.

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Ride A04, Yorba Linda Recreational Trail

This ride travels mostly through residential neighborhoods and there are few dining opportunities along the route. However, where the ride crosses Yorba Linda Boulevard, there are a number of eateries nearby, Polly's Pies being my favorite, located at 18132 Yorba Linda Boulevard.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780987168689
Publisher:
Where to Bike
Publication date:
10/12/2012
Pages:
312
Product dimensions:
6.88(w) x 8.06(h) x 0.75(d)

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Ride A11, Cerritos Regional Park up Coyote Creek Trail
At a Glance
Distance 11.29 miles
Elevation 138 feet
Terrain
Flat, smooth Class 1 bike path for almost the entire path.
Traffic
Except for the beginning and end in the park, there are no cars at all and very little cyclist traffic as well.
How to Get There
OCTA route 30 or 38, to Cerritos on Wheels (COW) route 1 or 2. Get off at Cerritos Regional Park.
By car, take the 91 Freeway west, exit south onto Bloomfield Avenue. Travel one mile and turn left on 195th Street. Park in the first lot on your right.
Food and Drink
Along this route there is no food or drink available.
Side Trip
Cerritos Regional Park, the start and finish for this ride, is an excellent place to spend a good part of the day. Along the ride, if you are into bargain shopping and haggling, the Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet is located right off the bike path at Alondra Avenue.

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Ride A04, Yorba Linda Recreational Trail

This ride travels mostly through residential neighborhoods and there are few dining opportunities along the route. However, where the ride crosses Yorba Linda Boulevard, there are a number of eateries nearby, Polly's Pies being my favorite, located at 18132 Yorba Linda Boulevard.

 

Meet the Author

Peter Dopulos is an avid cyclist. Growing up in Orange County he spent many a summer day chasing the sun and riding his bike along California's world famous beaches.

Later he became a confirmed cyclist commuter.

Currently based in Southern California Peter delights in discovering new cycling routes with his wife and two children.

He is also a freelance writer, editor, radio host, stone sculptor, classically trained chef and art lover.

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