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Class 4 Separated Bikeways (Protected Bike Lanes) vary widely in design.
Learn more on the Bicycling Monterey website; click here.
Bicycling can make exploring the Monterey County seat much more fun!
Get a glimpse in Mari’s two-minute audio, “Bikes are taking to the streets–and it’s not where you might expect.” Then check out “s Monterey County’s world-renowned annual 4-Day Celebration of Cycling, Sea Otter Classic, points out.—For an overview in the 2017 SOC “Riding Your Bike” section, scroll down to “Riding Monterey Trails & Backroads Five-year-old Joshua Santos of the East Bay Joshua’s wise parents know that Monterey’s Class I paths are one of the best places —and with beautiful views!
Skip Leatham, Expo Services Director of the Sea Otter Classic, and Frank Knight of Adventures by the Sea sketched out ten of their favorite rides for the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau; tells of the experience that he, Gary Cronk, and Eric Jarvis had bike touring Steinbeck Country.
For more on Steinbeck, see “Bike Salinas: What to do in the Monterey County seat,” or “Cycling to Monterey County’s History Spots.” Remember: Take advantage of the familiarity and experience that local resource people can share with you.
Then you’re quickly back on Class I (no cars) trail.
— where Joshua can build up cycling skills and confidence. takes you to the Del Rey Oaks Frog Pond Wetland Preserve (at left; entrance is between the two parked cars).
appear in places such as the exit from the state beach parking lot next to Monterey Beach Resort Hotel, where the exit for cars crosses the bike path.
Some of the best of these experienced cyclists (and a few other resources, like Big Sur Kate), are found in the “This site features over 600 posts and pages of original content.
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