Group mountain bike ride at Chino Hills State Park. This is geared toward beginners, but all are welcome. You should have some cycling fitness, though. No drop. If you're experienced, you can help out newbies. Chino Hills State Park is fairly easy riding, with mostly fire road trails. Optionally, there are a couple of sections of non-technical, but fun single track. There are some short but steep hills for those wanting more of a workout. PDF Park Map.
Meet at the EAST END of the Carbon Canyon Regional Park parking lot. (after entering the park, turn left and continue to the end) This is only about 1/2 mile from the west entrance of CHSP, so we'll ride over. Map
Directions: Take the 57 Fwy to Lambert Rd. Head East on Lambert Rd. until it turns into Carbon Canyon Rd. (142). The entrance to Carbon Canyon Park is on the right-hand side, (approx. 3 mi. East of the 57 Fwy). There is parking inside the park for a few bucks or free on a nearby side street.
Saturday, October 21. Meet at 8:30am. Roll at 9am.
Ride Length: Minimum: 14 mi / 2 hrs, with optional added length up to: ~25+ mi / 4 hrs (MAX)
Post ride lunch is likely (open to suggestions).
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Small CamelBaks are usually preferred over bottles for MTBing, so bring yours if you have. Water bottles are fine, though (48 oz. / 2 large bottles minimum). Bring your regular ride snacks. Helmet and gloves recommended. If you're in need of a bike, or have loaners available, post here.
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