The Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day & Open House is a free, one day, family-focused event coordinated by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District (RivCoParks), San Bernardino County Regional Parks, Santa Ana River Trail Trust, Rivers & Land Conservancy and The City of Riverside Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department.
What is the Santa Ana River Trail?
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.
What will happen at the Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day & Open House?
The event will take place on Saturday, October 5th at three different sites: Hidden Valley Nature Center in Riverside, Ryan Bonaminio Park in Riverside, and Hall of Records in San Bernardino. The event schedule is from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. with 1,000 local residents estimated to attend. The event will feature a mini-party at each access point complete with informational booths, healthy food & lifestyle vendors, entertainment, bike safety info, lots of giveaways including free bikes, and of course opportunities to go bicycling. All site bike rides will begin at 8:30 am
How can you be part of this event?
This is a great opportunity for sponsors to show their company’s dedication to the community and the importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle. The Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day & Open House needs the financial support and commitment of the business community to remain successful and sustainable. Your contribution sends a message to all area residents that you support the vitality, health, and well-being of our neighborhoods.
Your support of this event is sincerely appreciated.