Where’s the fun in keeping these routes all to ourselves?

We’ve created a way to share some of the Central Coast’s best cycling routes with those who would appreciate it most—cyclists like you!

99.8 Miles

Avila Beach Route

This century route is all about endurance, but features plenty of fun Avila Beach stops to keep things interesting.

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33.9 Miles

Beach to Beach Route

This approximately 35-mile round-trip route goes from Cambria to Cayucos, a charming town on the Central Coast.

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101.7 Miles

Cambria Route

This 101-mile route from Avila Beach to Cambria and back will allow you to earn your spots on the Central Coast.

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46.6 Miles

Cayucos Loop

This 47-mile looping route mixes wine and culture with winding roads and challenging inclines—a few of a cyclist’s favorite things.

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41.6 Miles

Coastal Cayucos Route

This 42-mile round-trip route goes from San Simeon to Cayucos, a charming town on the Central Coast.

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33.8 Miles

Edna Valley Route

If you are a cyclist who also loves wine, venture out on the Edna Valley route and experience the best wines that Edna Valley has to offer!

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107.3 Miles

Eroica: Heroic Route

The Heroic Route adds to the La Via Scalatore by taking in several sections of strade bianche to the east of Templeton and through the city of Paso Robles.

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80.4 Miles

Eroica: La Via Scalatore

Scalatore is Italian for climber, and this route takes in all of the major strade bianche ascents featured in the Heroic ride without the all of the distance.

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97.0 Miles

Eroica: NOVA Eroica Route

The NOVA Eroica long route presents a 97-mile adventure featuring three timed sections, built for the cyclist lured by the beauty of fatigue.

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72.1 miles

Eroica: NOVA Short Route

NOVA’s new shorter 72-mile option is, by all standards, still a formidable journey, following the original Santa Lucia Route.

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36.2 Miles

Eroica: Piedras Blancas Route

The Piedras Blancas Route is a delightful taste test of the Eroica experience that is sure to lure you back for more.

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72.8 Miles

Eroica: Santa Lucia Route

The Santa Lucia route combines 56 miles of pavement and approximately 16 miles of gravel, totaling 72 miles of old-school effort.

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69.2 Miles

Gorda Route

Heading from Cambria to Gorda and back, this 70-mile round-trip ride includes some of our favorite parks and trailheads along the way.

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36.6 Miles

Green Valley Loop

As a sister route to the Santa Rosa Creek Route, this route completes the connection from Santa Rosa Creek to Highway 46 and back to Cambria.

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133.2 Miles

Highway 1 Adventure Route – Altitude

Take a detour off of Highway 1 for this high-flying ride into the mountains, past Lake Nacimiento and all the way to Big Sur.

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38.1 Miles

Highway 46 Route

This route extends the Santa Rosa Creek Route all the way to Highway 46 for some meandering turns and challenging inclines.

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72.1 Miles

Montaña de Oro Route

The 72-mile ride to Montaña de Oro and back is packed with natural wonders that will satisfy your adventurous spirit.

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48.9 Miles

Oso Flaco Lake Route

This looping trail will take you from Avila Beach out to Oso Flaco Lake, stopping by some significant historic landmarks along the way.

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37 Miles

Ragged Point Route

From San Simeon to Ragged Point and back, this ride will take you on Highway 1 past notable landmarks, challenging hills, and stunning views.

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22.4 Miles

Santa Rosa Creek Route

This 22-mile out-and-back route heads inland from Cambria, stopping at a couple of local farms and one of Cambria’s estate vineyards.

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64.1 Miles

Silver Peak Route

Named for the Silver Peak Wilderness that encompasses much of Highway 1, this route is designed to push you out of your comfort zone.

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