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Where To Ride

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Where To Ride

Morgan Hill is a great place to ride!  Our roads and trails are quickly becoming known as a great destination for riders from all over the world.  We also recently made a splash on the world cycling stage, hosting the Amgen Tour of California time trial. Below are some of our favorite local mountain bike destinations.  You should also check out our Strava Club to meet up with other local cyclists or study where they ride. Join us for one of our weekly road or mountain rides or stop by the shop to learn more about our favorite local routes.

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Henry Coe State Park

So. Much. Singletrack.  You can truly get lost in Henry Coe.  The 87,000 acre park is the second largest park in the CA state park system.  There is a plethora of trails and lots of fun (and climbing).  A great introduction is starting at the Hunting Hollow entrance.  Remember to pay your parking fee!

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Coyote Valley OSP

We are lucky to have this happy little loop in our backyard.  Whether tackling this four mile loop with your mountain or gravel bike, there are great views and lots of nature sitings.  It's easily accessible off of Hale Ave, on Palm Ave.  

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Harvey Bear County Park

Experience some great views and fun trails very close to Morgan Hill! Enter at Harvey Bear Ranch (San Martin Ave) or Mendoza Entrance (Roop Rd).  There are some fun loops in this park.

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Calero County Park

Calero County Park is easily accessible from the San Vincente Entrance off of McKean Road, at Fortini Road.  The trails are well maintained and an exceptional place for newer mountain bikers.  

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Fort Ord

In just under an hour, you can be in Monterey peninsula and single track heaven. Home to the Sea Otter Classic, Ft. Ord has endless trails that will challenge you yet keep you coming back for more.  It's easy to enter from the East Garrison or Creekside lots.

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Santa Teresa County Park

Santa Teresa has some diverse terrain and is an easy escape for a morning or afternoon of riding.  There are some good technical trails that will challenge many.