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This bike path is so long that you can ride a different section of it every time you go out and get a different experience every time. Sure, you can see the beauty of the beach at Coronado Island, but you can also see the...More
We rented beach cruisers with gears on Coronado Island. The bikeway is relatively flat except with a few slightly inclined areas. After 15 miles of riding I was happy I had the gears. Once you leave the populated area of Coronado, facilities are hard to...More
While staying on Coronado I wanted to get a ride in and got a map of the route from a local bike shop. The beginning of the ride was gorgeous on the peninsula from Coronado but after that I was disappointed by the pot holes,...More
We rented a tandem cruiser (single speed) bike and rode the bikeway. The entire route is roughly 25 miles, which took us a couple hours including a few stops along the way.
We departed from the harbor and rode toward Chula Vista. The first part...More
I rode this bike path from the Coronado Ferry to Imperial Beach and back 3 times during my visit to the area in February. It's nice because it is almost flat, you get a variety of scenery along the way, and Imperial Beach is a...More
I first reviewed this trail as a very novice cyclist. I felt at the time like many of the better cyclists could use some lessons in manners. Many, many miles later, and quite a few established cycling trails behind me, I still feel the same....More
We biked from Chula Vista to Silver Strand Beach and then south to the Imperial Beach Pier. The trail on the Chula Vista side was mostly closed, detouring us onto roads, but once past the Salt flats and plant the trail restarted and was clear...More
This forms an important link between Imperial Beach and Coronado, so I am glad it exists, but at times it's right by a busy highway and not all that scenic. The south end (where there are lots of shorebirds and ducks) is the most interesting...More