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Places to Ride

Santee Lakes

Santee Lakes

A beautiful 194-acre park surrounds seven scenic lakes providing instant relaxation and more than five miles of trails for biking. This is a natural environment perfect for families and the locals refer to it as one of “the best backyards in San Diego. Santee Lakes is just a short ride from Mission Trails which makes it a great kickoff point to get warmed up if you're looking for a more intense...

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Black Mountain

Black Mountain

Conveniently located between Rancho Bernardo, Poway, and Rancho Peñasquitos and with 2,352 acres there are many intersecting trails to explore at Black Mountain. A pedal around will take you past chaparral, sage covered hills, ridges, and canyons.  Numerous trails offer hikers, bicyclists and equestrians the opportunity to discover the wonder of this open space park. Black Mountain offers a variety of trails and dirt roads that travel through dense chaparral covered canyons,...

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Daley Ranch

Daley Ranch

Riding Daley Ranch in Escondido you'll see what all the fuss is about. It's over 3,000 acres of trails, originally to be used for housing, but set aside as open preserve. A great place for outdoor activities you'll find a huge variety of surroundings to ride through - sage, oak forests, grasslands and ponds. You can get out a quick loop in or stretch your ride out to a few hours with the six...

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Noble Canyon Round Trip

Noble Canyon Round Trip

Noble Canyon is said to be one of the best mountain bike rides in San Diego. It has a mix of everything. A fire road climb, rocky technical descent, wooded forest area, wide open desert like areas with single track all the way down. You get bragging rights if you can clear every rocky technical section. Otherwise you'll be doing some "hike a bike". It's a bit of a grinding climb...

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Mount Palomar

Mount Palomar

This climb to the world-famous Palomar Observatory is nothing but hill. The 13-mile ascent is for fit cyclists looking for a challenge, an awe-inspiring view from the top, and a screaming downhill. It's something of a San Diego tradition for cyclists to tackle this 6,140-foot peak. The ride will be memorable, especially if you warm up along scenic Route 76 before beginning your summit bid.    Keep in Mind stretch...

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