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Old 11-20-11, 05:08 PM
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Inland Empire routes

So I am moving back to Rancho Cucamonga from Sonoma County, and I have hardly ever ridden in the area. Any suggestions on some intermediate level routes? I am use to riding the vineyards of Sonoma and Northern Redwood coast so any suggestions of nice rides, would be greatly appreciated.

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Might be worth it to check into some of the local groups who hold regular rides. Cycling Connection meets in Rancho Cucamonga and does multiple rides a week. Also the Psycho-Lists Meet-up group does a couple rides each week; the routes vary and you can quickly learn some different ones. Other than those, Glendora Mountain Road, Mt. Baldy Road, various routes to Bonelli Park in San Dimas, Chino Hills, or for something really long you can ride out through Glendora and Azusa to the San Gabriel River Trail, then take that to the coast. Search any of those terms, you can probably find some detailed info.
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All the climbing routes mentioned above, and also Lytle Creek. El Cajon Pass is a good one. YOu can also ride Baseline all the way to Laverne where it hits Foothill. I'll be more than happy to share some of my route info w/ you
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cycling connection, incycle and coates cyclery all have group rides and there are plenty of local out as well willing to show you around.
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all good choices above, I would add Psycholists out of Claremont / Rancho.. More info at FB page

https://www.facebook.com/groups/139028906133076/
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Riverside bike club also heads up that ways a lot. Check their routes for more ideas.
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