|2012-05-01, 11:39 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2012
Bayfront Park in Redwood City – Great Place for Learning XC (and light muni)
I’ve been riding at Bayfront Park in Redwood City, CA. The park is right on the San Francisco Bay. Views are great. It has un-kept fire roads around the perimeter (~1 mile) and walking trails with some single track trails all around the inside.
This has been a fantastic place for me to learn how to unicycle XC and muni (although saying these trails are muni is pushing it). For a beginner, the trails are very challenging. The hills are only 20 to ~70 feet tall. Some are steep enough that I can’t make it up even after three months of trying, and wish that I had a brake for the ride down (bad knees).
I would highly recommend this park to anyone who is new to unicycling and wants to try some “off road” trails in the middle of the Bay Area.
Here is a website with more info: http://www.bahiker.com/southbayhikes/bayfrontpark.html
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