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Old 07-13-2011, 11:32 AM
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I live in Hemet. Everytime I head east down the 60 through rubidoux I see a cool bike trail. I believe it goes from Mt. Rubidoux to San Berdo.....Can anybody give me some more info on this? Like where to park and how far the ride is? Thanks
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Here is a thought. If you're looking for a 100 mile ride, why not choose one of the loops they do on the Hemet DC. Here is the route for the second loop:

http://www.inlandempirecycling.com/H...Loop_2_Map.pdf

That climb up Sage Road is nice. I'll bet there are a lot of other good climbs up there too.
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I suspect from the "Introductions" post that 100 miles may be a bit too soon for this relatively new road cyclist, but if there's a loop one can make of lesser duration, that's a great suggestion. Nice post, B395.

Hey, theo3000, welcome to SCBF! You've been on-board for a while, but glad to see you posting!
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Old 07-13-2011, 03:00 PM
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Here is a thought. If you're looking for a 100 mile ride, why not choose one of the loops they do on the Hemet DC. Here is the route for the second loop:

http://www.inlandempirecycling.com/H...Loop_2_Map.pdf

That climb up Sage Road is nice. I'll bet there are a lot of other good climbs up there too.

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me and a few buddies ride the SART from Imperial and the 91 to PCH during the week (usually tuesday and/or thursday)
9am - 12noon, average about 15mph, feel free to join us
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