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I need to get off and on my bike again and again.
I really enjoyed this trail as well as my whole family very good road to relax on
We had a great ride on this trail. We decided to start at the Cerritos Regional County Park which was a great place to start our ride! Just head all the way back thru the park to hit the trail. After we rode the Coyote bikeway we had a picnic by the lake. Perfect setting with bathrooms. My boyfriends 5 year old is a beginner rider so the concrete bike trail was perfect. However, know there is little shade and it can get very hot! The other thing to know is the bike trail is right up against the water duct so there is a very steep drop off to the duct with no fence. We rode about 6 miles and came back to the park and rode around the lake a few times! Great ride, great day and the park was perfect!
Family friendly, short and fun. Well kept with a few path ‘’oasis’ stops set up by the local residents. Definitely going back.
Coyote creek is nice enough. Wide, clean, and paved roads. Not the most scenic of routes but it’s a great trail to log some miles. Definitely will do again.
I have a bad foot and riding a bike has zero impact on it so I can go and go when trails are flat. I catch it right at the I-15 and Baseline. I'm happy.
Pretty awesome bike trail From mountain to seal beach, there is plenty points can let you out and park your car there. More than maps shows. But in the middle, 18m ~ 13 there are some horse manures on the ground which stinks and make the road ugly and it seems nobody will clean them up. I spent about 7-10 trips to finish the whole. 6 miles round trip per trip since I do have friends to complete with
Counted 28 traffic light crossings and another 24 crossings with stop signs. However, very functional community bike transportation corridor. Paving good, but yes, it lacks restrooms.
I’ll make this short and too the point. 1. Needs a restroom facility on the trail at least halfway throughout the trail. 2. Lots of bumps in between intersections. 3. Lots of sketchy people chilling on the trail around Euclid through Upland towards Claremont .
Nice trail to ride without cars. Go early because you will heat up. Free of debris. I am happy that I changed from my usual ride. Many parks along the way.
Good bike trail from Culver City to the Beach. Go early to beat the crowds. It is becoming very popular. Enjoy!
I guess I am the only one reviewing this trail who actually both runs and rides every inch of this trail on a regular basis. My home is near Milliken and is just several block north of the trail. I typically run from my home to the trail at the central park, and decide either westbound (to Claremont Blvd or even a little bit further to the metrolink station) for about 20 miles out & back, or eastbound (to Fontana, and recently as trail expanded, into Rialto) for 20 to 22 miles. Except for two parks near the trail in Rancho, there is no restroom. But water fountain is abundant in west half of the Rancho west to east part of Upland, then there is none in Claremont. There is again no water fountains in east part of the Rancho until you are 1 miles into Fontana, then you will enjoy at least one for each mile all the way into Rialto. Standing at the end of the trail, sometimes I can see the railway train on the rail shadowed by the far away snow capped mountains. If the trail continous eastbound, it will makes a sudden turn southbound before 215 freeway, and it will join the Santa Ana river trail, which eventually (except for miles of disconnect before Yorba Linda) goes all the way south to Huntington Beach. I heard that westbound of the trail also has the potential to join the San Gabriel river trail, though I have no ideal how it will go that way. Given the slow progress, not sure in my lifetime I can see that happens.
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