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I had a blast riding the Corona Del Mar top Dana Point ride last Saturday. I plotted a loop that combines portions of that ride and the Laguna Hills - Dana Point ride. This route is mostly trails but there are significant portions that are on the roads. As you can see, it's 50+ RT miles. That, and the hills means that rapid chargers would likely be required for all but Monsters. Lunch and charging opp will be at Stillwater Spirits. Meet at 8:30, rolling at 9. Plenty of free parking. 1401 Bayside Dr, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625 https://maps.app.goo.gl/jZpdbugCFB1WRsAt7 This ride is confirmed. Response on Telegram indicates 9+/- riders as of Friday. This post will be updated periodically but to get the most current info on this or any of my OC rides check out the OC EUC Rides channel on Telegram: https://t.me/OCEUC
Late notice ride. It's a longer one. Starting in Laguna Hills and the halfway mark will be in Dana Point. Meet up at 9 a.m / Ready to ride at 9:30 a.m. 24555 Christina Ct, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 https://goo.gl/maps/fw93m9j2DVACer497 Edit: Meet location change, Eagle eye @Dave U spotted parking restrictions.He found one nearby with no restrictions. NEW MEET LOCATION 24740 Jorie Dr, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Also, I scouted the route again Friday and when I got home I still had enough juice for the 20 mile Irvine loop I do. It's a great, safe ride through some of the best trail scenery in the city. I'm up for adding it on for an epic day of riding. And then pizza and beer at my place... my treat. PM me if you're a vegan, a veggie or intolerant of anything The ride... _________________________________ Did I miss anyone? @1Wheeler @3euc @Alsayyad @Ando Melkonyan @Austin @Ben Richards @BlackOutEX @Blueman @captainwells @Chairman S @Dave Frear @Dave U @downtown @Dzlchef @enigma35 @Ferreal @Flyboy10 @Flying W @Freewheeler @Gizmo Dork @HeavyGoing @Heyzeus @IRK @Jambo @John Wood @Jon Sawa @Josh Morgan @JomMas @Jrkline "Wheel Whisperer" @Kens @Kimosabi @kingkong18XL @Klin @Kyle K @M22 @maltocs @mango_fpv @Marty Backe @Marvin Ong @Mike Hanna @MikeV @Mushuukyou @n2eus @NBC44 @ndmcc @Nick McCutcheon @NightRider @noisycarlos @Peter Q @Rama Douglas @roghaj @serfy @Shawn Johnson @Sketch @Stan Onymous @Sven @swvision @Tanabe @TedTheAtheist @Terenig @tihoa @Tjtripp @TomM @Unosolo @unowheel @UpDownGo @Questor @who_the @Williepimpin @Yellowman @Yunicyle @YoshiSkySun @zentype
I'm planning on scouting somewhat of an endurance ride from Trabuco Canyon to Mission San Juan Capistrano and then on to the beaches at Dana Point and San Clemente and back. Why? Because eWheels rapid charger!* The route would mostly be on bike paths, certainly all paved and generally flat. The outbound portion would end at a charging location (i.e. a restaurant) and would likely be about 30 miles. The return leg would be somewhat more direct. There are regional parks, lakes, and various features along the way, but due to its length there will be long stretches of just flat out wheeling on this ride. I don't see any reason it wouldn't be fine for newer riders (provided you and your wheel have sufficient range). I'll be scouting it sometime in the next couple of weeks and I am curious if there would be any interest in an organized ride. ____________________________________ * Yeah, I could have picked up a Gotway or a KS that had massive range built right in... but how would I ever learn extensive route planning, painstaking power management, outlet availability and corporate policies regarding charging personal transport devices? Yeah, baby. Who's the smart one now?