Bike Co-Op


In celebration of Bike Month we are going on a ride into the forest of Nicene Marks!

Join us May 30, 2023: 9:00-5:00 pm or any length of time you want.

Meet at the shop under the cafeteria (building 900) at 9:00 am.

Bring food & water.

Let's roll!

Cabrillo Cruises the Rail Trail

This map shows the Rail Trail route, endpoints where there will be parking, connections to other adventures, and information about the expanding Rail Trail vision and how it will improve our lives.


The trail is pretty much flat and around 1 ⅓ mile one way. So it is perfect for bikes, scooters, skateboards, wheelchairs, strollers, or even feet with no wheels. That amounts to around a ten-minute ride each way at 8 mph or a 30 min walk at 3 mph. Not long enough? Check out the connections to further adventures at either end. And when you are ready to stop rolling there are many places with food and beverages right on or a few blocks away from the trail.

East End: Neary Lagoon/ La Barranca Park California & Bay in Santa Cruz.

Grassy area and portable restroom available

Connections to:

West Cliff Drive, The Boardwalk, The Wharf, food and drink via Bay St.

West End of Rail: Trail Natural Bridges Drive

  • Parking (Along Natural Bridges Drive)

  • Connections to more adventures:

    • Wilder Ranch Bike Trail

    • Antonelli Pond

    • Natural Bridges State Park

    • Seymour Marine Discovery Center Path

    • Westcliff Drive path

If you have questions or need more info, contact

Ride 2 Pie

For this Fall tradition, we ride to the Cabrillo Watsonville Campus and pick up south county riders then ride on through the sloughs and along the river to: Gizdich Ranch at 55 Peckham Rd, in Watsonville where at least 10 different kinds of pie await us!

The bike coop entrance sign with founder standing out front
Bike Co-op Hours: We are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions
Hopefully soon
Stay safe!
Thursday and Friday
Keep riding
Saturday through Monday
Bike for joy
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