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Safest Places for Bikers in Irvine, CA

5 Perfect Places to Ride Your Bike in Irvine

By living in a planned city, Irvine, CA, real estate owners have access to a few perks that include nature preserves, walking paths, and quite a few bike trails. Whether you enjoy leisurely cruising on a sunny afternoon or engaging in spirited mountain bike sessions, here are 5 spots in Irvine you will surely enjoy on two wheels.

1. The Irvine Open Space Preserve

As the most accessible nature attraction in Irvine, the Open Space Preserve provides miles of mountain biking trails ideal for families, beginners, and even seasoned riders. Starting at 7am each day, riders can park at the Quail Hill Trailhead just off the 405 and get started on the Shady Canyon Bikeway, a paved trail that runs for about 3 miles before connecting with more technical trails such as Bommer, Bommer Canyon, and Turtle Ridge. These trails are excellent for exploring nature and viewing native wildlife.

2. San Diego Creek

This urban bike trail is frequently traveled by commuters and leisure riders alike. Since May 2016, the San Diego Creek Bike Trail has been enhanced with signs, electric light poles, and additional pavement along the access points. This on-street trail runs from the Irvine Spectrum to Los Olivos.

3. Bonita Canyon to Sand Canyon

This off-street trail is not for beginners and should be carefully studied on a map before attempting to ride it from beginning to end. On the south side, it starts at the University of California Irvine Campus and continues northeast to Sunny Hill before it takes a straight shot north toward Portola Parkway along Sand Canyon Avenue.

4. Deerfield Park to Irvine Center Drive

You will have to join the Bicycle Club of Irvine to enjoy this Saturday ride, which includes a stop at Starbucks and a short pass through Sand Canyon.

5. Walnut Avenue to Culver Drive

In less than 10 miles, you can ride on most of Irvine’s shared bike lanes as you admire the scenery through Quail Hill and Strawberry Farms. You may have to occasionally ride on sidewalk segments.

If you’re looking to buy property in Irvine, there is much more to enjoy aside from the plentiful bike trails. Learn more about this fine city by calling 714-454-6304 and contacting a reliable local real estate agent.

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