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Santa Ana river trail  (bike riding)





 

 


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Santa Ana RIVER TRAIL

The asphalt-paved path is 12 feet (3.7 m) wide, divided into two lanes so cyclists, runners, and hikers can all utilize this path. No cars.

​The Santa Ana River Trail is a 31.2-mile long system of paved and unpavedpathways that extends from Huntington Beach to Corona in Southern California.

SPECIAL NOTE: With above stated we will do 22 miles to the beach and then return for a full 44 miles. One can turn around at any point of time to travel back.

The trail follows alongside the channel for the river then through the natural areas adjacent to the river. The route takes it past local parks and schools and it serves as a way for inland residents to get to the beach without having to deal with traffic.


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BIKE LEVEL:
EASY -Though we are talking about a lot of miles. Ride until you feel that you need to turn around. Most of the trail is flat.

**************************************************************Now I know everyone is going their own speed. That is totally cool. Maybe you will want to do just a portion of it. That is cool too. I would love to take a group photo at the begin of our journey.

Bring your whole family or friends.

Wait you don't have a bike or the transportation to take one...Well at the meeting place there is a bike rental shop.
Here is the website. It opens at 10 am
https://wheelfunrentals.com/ca/anaheim/yorba-regional-park/rentals/
Call head closer to date to ensure you can get a bike
CALL
(714) 461-1652
CALL
(805) 650-7770
EMAIL
info@wheelfunrentals.com


We can caravan...the best we can to the location.
We will meet at the
Pilot Travel Center
Address: 19997 N Indian Ave, North Palm Springs, CA 92258

We meet at 7:45 am. It take two hours to drive to Yorba Regional Park.

Location:
Yorba Regional Park
7600 E. La Palma
Anaheim, CA 92807
and the cost for parking is $5.

Pack a Lunch and bring water.
Bike Helmets

Bike Rules
Give each rider plenty of space.
Wear those bike helmets
Bring a great Attitude

We will probably find our own dining places if we are a large group.


Jason Bruecks


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