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No Biking Areas

Because of sensitive habitat or unique areas, these parks, trails, and locations do not permit any biking:
  1. Bicycles are only permitted in Redwood Regional Park:

    • On the East Ridge and West Ridge Trail loop connected by Canyon and Bridle Trails.
    • On the trails west of West Ridge Trail, with the exception of Tate Trail, which is closed to bicycle use.
    • On the canyon floor from Redwood Gate entrance to Trails End on Stream Trail.
  2. Bicycles are only permitted in the Tilden Nature Study Area on Blue Gum Loop Trail to Wildcat Trail and Nimitz Way Trail.
  3. Bicyclist and operators of personal conveyances will be permitted to ride through Lake Temescal Regional Recreation Area observing posted 6 m.p.h. speeds. Bicycles and operators of personal conveyances must walk through designated swim areas when in operation.
  4. Bicycles are not permitted in Claremont Canyon Regional Preserve.
  5. Bicycles will not be permitted on the Ohlone Trail from Mission Peak to Del Valle.
  6. Bicycles will not be permitted on the following trails at Coyote Hills: Red Hill Trail, north of Nike Trail, Soaproot Trail from Dairy Glen north to Visitor Center and Muskrat Trail.
  7. Bicycles are not permitted on Sibley Round Top Road from the EBMUD Water Tank Road junction to the top of Round Top Peak.
  8. Bicycles are not permitted in Huckleberry Regional Preserve.
  9. Bicycles are not permitted on the Horseshoe Trail in Anthony Chabot.
  10. Bicycles and personal conveyances are not permitted inside the fenced core area of Ardenwood Regional Preserve.
  11. Bicycles are not permitted on the interior trails of the Berkeley Meadow at Eastshore State Park.

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