Strap on your helmet, fill up your water bottle, and head out to discover the best rides in the region with Moon Bay Area Biking.
Whether you're a veteran or a first-time cyclist, Moon's comprehensive coverage and solid expertise will have you gearing up for your next ride.
- A Ride for Everyone: Pick the right route for your timeline and experience level, from family-friendly trails to more challenging overnight treks
- Best Ride Lists: Choose from strategic lists like Best Waterfront Rides, Best Rides for Wildlife-Viewing, Best Single-Track Rides, and more
- Essential Planning Details: Each route is rated for difficulty and marked with round-trip distance, elevation gain, and riding time
- Maps and Directions: Find easy-to-use maps, driving directions to each trailhead, and details on where to park
- Skip the Crowds: Enjoy a solitary ride with Moon Bay Area Biking's many off-the-radar routes and best-kept local secrets
- Expert Advice: Seasoned cyclist and NorCal local Ann Marie Brown offers her experienced insight and honest opinions on each ride
- Tips and Tools: Advice on gear, first aid, and camping permits, plus background information on climate, landscape, and wildlife
Exploring more of the Golden State's great outdoors? Try Moon California Camping
or Moon California Hiking
. Sticking to the Bay? Check out Moon 101 Great Hikes San Francisco Bay Area
Avalon Publishing; April 2012
- ISBN: 9781612383149
- Read online, or download in secure ePub format
- Title: Moon Bay Area Biking
Series: Moon Outdoors
- Author: Ann Marie Brown
Imprint: Moon Travel
About The Author
The author of 13 outdoor guidebooks, Ann Marie Brown is a dedicated California outdoorswoman. She hikes, bikes, and camps more than 150 days each year in an effort to avoid routine, complacency, and getting a real job.
Ann Marie's work has appeared in Sunset, VIA, Backpacker, and California magazines. As a way of giving back a little of what she gets from her experiences in nature, she writes and edits for several environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and National Resources Defense Council.