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Buck Gully – Crystal Cove Beach – El Moro Ride
Sunday, September 23 @ 8:15 am - 11:30 amFree
This Sunday get together fun ride, we will be joining up with the SOCMTBR crew for the Buck Gully – Crystal Cove Beach – El Moro Ride. Although this is an advance beginner ride w/ 16 miles and some climbs, please be sure that you’re physically endure to ride the 16 miles within 3 hours time.
Type of ride | XC
Skill | Advanced Beginner
Terrain | Singletrack, fire road
Ascent | I Think I Can trail
Descent | Fenceline trail
Total Miles | 16 miles
Difficulty | Green / Easy
It’s going to be a normal medium pace. We will ride as a group with no one left behind but Please Do Not sign up if you can not ride 15 plus miles at a reasonable/medium pace. We would like the ride to be enjoyable for everyone.
We’ll re-group with an average ride of 2.5-3 hours. Ride expected to be done around 12:30am.
Newport Coast Shopping Center
21181 Newport Coast Dr, Newport Coast, CA 92657
( Please park at the west side of parking lot close by the Apartments complex.
The route: We will ride almost half of the route on paved road that begin @ San Joaquin Hill Rd (Paved Street Ride) – Buck Gully Nature Preserve Trail – Poppy Ave to PCH (Paved Street Ride) – Crystal Cove Trails (Paved) to Muddy Canyon to El Moro Cyn trail Entrance from the beach ( HAB recommended since we will going thru the sandy beach ) – I Think I Can – Moro Ridge Road – Fence Line – Coastal Peak Park
Please bring your own biking essential needs like tools, pump, hydration pack, chain link, gloves, energy gel/bar, snacks, camera and most importantly a HELMET. Knee and elbow pad is NOT a must but sure good for extra protection. NO HELMET NO RIDE!!!!
Event Disclaimer | By participating on this ride, you are voluntarily participating in a group cycling activity that carries certain unpredictable risks, including death, and you are solely responsible for your own safety at all times. You agree not to hold VOZ nor the organizer of the ride responsible for your safety, and you waive the right to litigate against the two aforementioned entities.