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Foghorn Outdoors Bay Area Biking: 60 of the Best Road and Trail Rides

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Foghorn Outdoors Bay Area Biking is a collection of 60 bike rides, suitable for both road cyclists and mountain bikers, all within a 90-minute drive of San Francisco. Rides run the gamut from easy cruises for families to all-day jaunts for experienced cyclists, with options for making each trip longer or shorter, easier or more difficult. Each ride is profiled for its ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 16th 2003 by Avalon Travel Publishing (first published 2003)
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Scott Cox
Jan 18, 2016 Scott Cox rated it really liked it
This is a good overview of some of the more popular biking routes in the San Francisco Bay Area. My favorites are the Fairfax/Mt.Tamalpias loop and the "Three Bears Loop" in the East Bay. My only critique of the book is that it seems to favor trail biking more than road biking. However perhaps I won't feel this way if I ever get a trail bike!
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