|Name||Map||Ride with GPS||Difficulty||Length||Gravel Length||Elevation
A quick an easy gravel ride when you just need to procrastinate on homework 🙂
|Click here||Click here||Easy||15 mi||3.4 mi (23%)||1950 ft
Some sweet gravel in the Berkeley hills. 35c+ tires recommended. The only water fountain is at the end of Grizzly Peak Rd. It is a mix of smooth dirt, rough dirt, smooth gravel, and rough gravel.
|Click here||Click here||Medium||21 mi||6.9 mi (33%)||2400 ft
A gravel heavy variant of 3 bears starting and ending at the North Gate. The fourth bear is getting to the top of Grizzly Peak. It has been dubbed Grandpa bear because you'll feel old by the time you summit.
|Click here||Click here||Hard||51 mi||12.9 mi (25%)||5000 ft
A fair amount of gravel with 2 water fountains. The first one is at the end of Grizzly Peak Rd and the second is at the school at the base of Wildcat Canyon Rd. 35c+ tires recommended
|Click here||Click here||Medium||26 mi||5.5 mi (21%)||2,900 ft
A gravel road in good condition with rolling hills. You can turn around at anytime, and there is water at the Tilden Merry Go Round.
|Click here||Click here||Easy||18 mi||9.6 mi (53%)||1,750 ft
This is a shorter and easier version of Ridge Line, the descent from Nimitz way to the valley is the most technical and would be more fun on a MTB.
|Click here||Click here||Medium||19 mi||5.5 mi (29%)||1,850 ft