We’re headed to the Beach again this week !!! We’ll be starting on the Marvin Braude Bike Trail (aka the beach bike path) at Temescal Cyn and Pacific Coast highway and heading south to the end of Washington Blvd in Venice, checking out a bit of the Marina a bit farther up Washington Blvd and stopping for a bite to eat and/or coffee (probably both) and returning. We usually also stop to watch boats come in and out of the channel in the marina.
I’m not biking too fast at the moment, so we’ll be doing about 9-10 mph at best. We are leaving promptly at 1:00 If you’re late, get on the bike path and head South (ocean will be on your right).
A helmet is also strongly suggested and a light jacket is also a good idea, especially as it gets cold quickly when the sun goes down. Though we probably won’t need it for this trip, a bike headlamp is always a good thing to have just in case…
PARKING: Per this web site:
it appears you can park in the lot at the beach which should cost you somewhere between $5 and $9. You can also park on Temescal Cyn Road for free (just across the street from where we’re meeting)
Distance: 12.5 miles – to 16 miles
Elevation Gain: probably 50 feet
Restrooms: There are some on the beach.
Water Fountain: Yes
Parking: Street and parking lot
Bike Path: Yes and some easy street riding
Known Dangers: Sea snakes, falling off your bike. slip-‘n-fall.
Disclaimer / Release of Liability: You must RSVP to attend this event, no exceptions. Hiking and other outdoor events are inherently dangerous and accidents can happen. By participating in any posted event, you’re taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. This Meetup Group and its organizers are not trained leaders and we do not confirm the qualifications of any of its members to lead or participate in trips. All participants take full responsibility for their own actions. You are responsible for you. If you choose to sign up for any events, you are releasing the Group and its organizers from all liability in case of possible injuries. Your personal safety depends on your own judgement and experience. This applies to any guests you may invite.