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Looking for a New Bike Trail Experience for the Family? Join the Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day
If you and your family enjoy biking and are looking for a new experience, plan to attend the Saturday, October 5 Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day and Open House from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. This is a unique opportunity to explore new bike trails and the event allows you to access the trail at any of three access points.
The three access points include:
- Trail Access Point #1 Hidden Valley Nature Center, 11401 Arlington Ave., Riverside
- Trail Access Point #2 Ryan Bonaminio Park, 5000 Tequesquite Ave., Riverside
- Trail Access Point #3 San Bernardino County Hall of Records, 222 W. Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino
Each trail access point features a Family Short Course Ride and riders of all abilities are welcome at this free event. Not only can you choose where to access the trail but riders are encouraged to ride at their own pace and to partake in the Santa Ana River Trail scenery. Each access point will offer riders community information, resources, water, and bike-related goods and services.
This is event is a cooperative bike ride brought to you by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District (RivCoParks), the city of Riverside, and the San Bernardino County Regional Parks, Santa Ana River Trail Trust, Rivers & Land Conservancy and the city of Riverside Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department.
The Santa Ana River Trail is a multi-use path that runs alongside the Santa Ana River in Southern California. The Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway was developed through the cooperative efforts of park districts, counties, cities, nonprofits and average citizens interested in recreational opportunities for this rapidly growing region. The trail passes through 14 incorporated cities in three counties. Plans call for the trail to eventually run for a total of 110 uninterrupted miles all the way from Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains to the Pacific Coast in Huntington Beach.
Registered guests will be eligible for prizes! To register for this free event, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/santa-ana-river-trail-bike-day-open-house-tickets-61894129006.