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    Crystal Cove I- Newport Coast

    Those of us that live in Southern Cal are fortunate to have a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to determining where to ride. On those blazing, hot days though, nothing beats a trip to the coast where the temperatures tend to be a bit lower. Crystal Cove State Park, located in the Newport Coast area, is one of those places. Crystal Cove is home to several classic rides such as Moro Canyon, Moro Ridge, Fence-line, Rattlesnake, and Emerald Canyon, just to name a few. This park can be accessed directly from PCH but we prefer to begin this loop from Ridge Park. Parking is free.

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    Crystal Cove II- Newport Coast

    This is another great loop within the Crystal Cove State Park system. It’s a cruise down into the Deer Canyon picnic tables, with some steep climbing throughout the ride. One of the highlights is tearing down Mach One into Moro Canyon, and some technical descents on Rattlesnake.

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    Upper Laguna/Rock-it - Laguna Beach

    This ride begins in Laguna Beach, takes you into Aliso Wilderness park, and back to Laguna. The reason we ride this loop is to catch the world famous Rock It trail, which is a sweet descent through windy single-track and beautiful rock formations. It looks more intimidating than it is, but it can easily be navigated. Afterwards, take Coyote Run to Canyon Wood for a quick stop at Dripping Caves, and check out where Orange County’s bandidos would hide out from the law. After this, the climbing begins and it is brutal! The first climb comes straight out of Dripping Caves, and although short, it is steep. You’ll catch short break when you reach the top and descend down to Mathis, but then you will be faced with a tough, steep, one and a half mile climb back to Alta Laguna Park. Isn’t that why we ride though!?