This is an adventure bike ride around southern California. We will be carrying our own overnight gear and staying in motels. This is a mostly paved ride with about 20% dirt. There are options for 100% pavement. The ride starts in Lake Elsinore and goes over the mountains to the desert and Yuma AZ. Then Day 2, we ride the desert from Yuma to Twentynine Palms. Day 3 it is south through Joshua Tree and over the mountains to Hemet.
Tuesday-Thursday Triple Taco Trip
Yes that is right, a 3 day mid-week ride. Starts on a Tuesday and ends on Thursday. Many of my retired friends have been asking for a mid-week ride to avoid the weekend rush and prices. Maybe you have to work, but maybe you just have to go anyway. Hope you can join us.
Do this ride yourself: Purchase Rider Packet and GPS microSD Card for this ride
Note: A Full Rider Packet consists of printed ride descriptions and paper ride maps and a custom GPS microSD card for your Garmin or BMW GPS unit.
Triple Taco Trip Choice (Scroll Down Menu)
Checkout View Cart
Notes: I suggest you plan and order early. Normally I ship within a week. But sometimes I run out and it can take me several weeks to get new cards and maps. And sometimes I am out riding and building new adventures so that can be hard too. I list the Option for 2 SD cards because many riders like to carry a backup card or a cheap backup gps in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
View the ride maps
OK since many of you like to study more detail about the ride, below are the ride maps.
I put these ride maps on the web page because I know a few of you love looking at the ride detail and dreaming about the ride. At first glance these maps do not look so impressive, but they are way cool. If you start zooming in, you can see the ride in incredible detail. I have spent a ton of hours sorting through the details of the ride for each day, so for those of you that enjoy this sort of thing, well enjoy!
The Blue lines are MAIN routes
The Red lines are Harder routes
The Green lines are Easy options
The Black lines are the out and back viewpoints