We have put together a list of some of Southern California’s favorite Thanksgiving Day Bike Rides that will help you burn some extra calories and enjoy the day on the bike with your cycling friends.
Psycho-Lists 12th Annual Turkey Day Ride
This is an annual ride to get in before the turkey is served! This is an open ride for ALL to enjoy! This will be the 11th year hosting this fun casual ride to celebrate friendship and our love of cycling! The Ride leaves from Euro Cafe at 546 E Baseline Road in Claremont, CA at 8 am on Thanksgiving. More info >
Velo Allegro Ride
The Velo Allegro Ride rides from Long Beach to Whittier then screams back to Long Beach in a long-time tradition for a distance of 50 miles! The ride starts at 7:30 at the Marina parking lot near PCH and 2nd Street in Long Beach. The ride returns at approximately 11:30 am. More info >
M*G*E Racing / SDBC Turkey Ride & Hunt to Elfin Forest
The San Diego Bicycle Club and Ralph Elliott, organize the M*G*E Racing/SDBC Turkey Ride & Hunt to Elfin Forest on Thanksgiving Day; 60 miles, No fee, No patch, No sag, just a good “old fashion fun ride”- and a great way to get ready to pig- out later in the day! The ride starts at 8:30 am sharp from the La Jolla Village Square, UC Cyclery, Nobel Dr. off the I-5, and goes up the coast highway to La Costa, thru Elfin Forest, into Escondido, and back over Lake Hodges, RB, Poway, and Miramar Rd to Finish at UC Cyclery. Please ride safely, obey all traffic laws and never more than “two on a breast!” The object is to hunt turkeys, not be one! More info >
Harding Truck Trail Annual Thanksgiving Day Mountain Bike Ride
The ride starts at 7:00 am at the Modjeska Bird Sanctuary. Ride at your own pace 9 miles up the Harding Truck Trail and back down. Group photo at 9 am at the top of Four Corners.
The Cyclery Bike Shop Turkey Day Mountain Bike Ride
Come out for a fun mountain bike ride starting at Schabarum Park to Turnbull and back. There are three different ride distances including 8, 10 and 24 mile options to work up an appetite on. The ride starts at 7 am and leaves from the Schabarum Park parking lot. Call The Cyclery Bike Shop at 562-943-2453 for ride details. More info >
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