Category Archives: tourism

New Multi-Use Trail Connects Community

The highly anticipated grand opening of the Emma McCrary Trail in Pogonip City Park on Saturday June 1 boasted an impressive turnout (300+!) of mountain bikers, hikers, runners, dog walkers and equestrians on perfect Santa Cruz morning. This fun and … Continue reading

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The Classic Wilder Ranch Loop

MBOSC has partnered with Bicycling Magazine online to produce a series of GPS based maps of popular rides in Santa Cruz County. We are proud to introduce our first map: The Classic Wilder Ranch Loop Please let us know what … Continue reading

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Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure at Roaring Camp

The Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure program is a new program which will be offered by Roaring Camp in 2008. It’s a shining example of a great eco-tourism experience which combines learning about the local history of Roaring Camp and the … Continue reading

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Mountain Bike Friendly Restaurants and Hotels

What attributes does a hotel and a restaurant have before you would consider it to be a mountain biker friendly establishment? The following is a partial list of properties that I look for when looking for hotels/motels and restaurants when … Continue reading

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Lance loves Santa Cruz Trails!

When I went to Washington a few months ago, the American Airways in-flight magazine had a one page fitness article on Lance Armstrong. The sidebar had a bit on “Top Cycling Spots” and I was overjoyed to see that he … Continue reading

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