Biking in San Diego
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Biking in San Diego

Biking in San Diego

In Barrio Logan, Chicano Park, located beneath the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, features towering murals by local and internationally known artists.

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Biking in San Diego

San Diego’s Balboa Park is home to 17 museums, more than a dozen gardens and the San Diego Zoo. Bike-sharing offered by Ofo and Mobike make the park easy to explore.

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Biking in San Diego

With the hills of Torrey Pines State Park serving as a high point, Highway 101, better known as the Pacific Coast Highway or PCH, offers fine cycling along the shoreline.

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Biking in San Diego
The San Diego waterfront has wide walkways suited for riding, particularly around the Maritime Museum. (David Swanson )
Biking in San Diego

The Bayshore Bikeway offers a dedicated bike path for cyclists along the Silver Strand. The isthmus connects Coronado to Imperial Beach and offers views of southern San Diego and the hills of Tijuana.

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Biking in San Diego

With the hills of Torrey Pines State Park serving as a high point, the Pacific Coast Highway offers fine cycling.

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Biking in San Diego

The Cabrillo Bridge serves as the western gate to Balboa Park, San Diego, leading to Spanish-Moorish architecture built for the park’s 1915-16 Panama-California Exposition.

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Biking in San Diego
The San Diego waterfront has wide walkways suited for riding, particularly around the Maritime Museum. (David Swanson)
Biking in San Diego

In contrast to “dockless" bike options, Discover Bikes are parked at stations in specific areas of San Diego, such as Balboa Park, and are unlocked using a credit or debit card.

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