Post-Ride GrubSol Food has great food, if you haven’t been there you need to head on over, but if you’re in the mood for a brew, Marin Brewing has you covered (and they get extra-credit points for the large amount of cycling-themed decor)!

Driving directions to rally point: Link

Description:
This basic loop around China Camp is a good introduction to the park, but will only occasionally be the route we take when we visit the park. The easy access from the freeway, plentiful parking make this a great “grab a ride after work” destination.
Note:  Riding at China Camp requires an annual parking pass or a trail pass, details here: LINK.
Length & Duration:  Approx. 9 miles, 2500ft of climbing, 45-90min ride time.

Technical Difficulty

This loop around China Camp offers single-track that is neither steep nor technical, but it has enough bumpy bits to keep things interesting.

40/100

Fitness Challenge

With it’s short duration and limited climbing, this loop will not present much of a challenge for most riders. Exploring more of the park’s trails or completing multiple loops can generate whatever workout you are after.

30/100