Registration is open!  This event is FREE to the public.

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2019 Bike Day and Open House is FREE to attend and is a great way to enjoy the Santa Ana River Trail, a wonderful public resource. The Open Houses will include activities, information, and water.

 

Each trail access points will welcome in riders and guests throughout the day.  Riders of all abilities are encouraged to attend. There is no set schedule or course for riding - this is a leisurely biking day for families to come when they want and enjoy themselves. Non bike-riders are also welcome to attend and enjoy the trails for the day.

 

The scenic Santa Ana River Trail is 50.3 miles long, spanning from South Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino all the way to Huntington Beach at the Pacific Coast Highway.  The trail accommodates walking, biking, inline skating, horseback riding, and is wheelchair accessible. 

 

FREE EVENT - FREE REGISTRATION
REGISTERED GUESTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE PRIZE DRAWINGS!

TRAIL ACCESS POINT 1

RivCoParks

Starting at Hidden Valley Nature Center located at 11401 Arlington Avenue in Riverside.  There are 25 miles of trails on 1500 scenic acres to explore featuring beautiful views of the river.

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TRAIL ACCESS POINT 2

Riverside City

Starting at Ryan Bonaminio Park located at 5000 Tequesquite Avenue in Riverside and extends to Martha McLean Park in Riverside.  This is a 4.5 mile trail.

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TRAIL ACCESS POINT 3

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San Bernardino County

Starting at Waterman Avenue behind 222 W. Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino and extends to the Riverside County Line.  This is a 7.5 mile trail.