Haskell’s Beach Bike Ride

Join Troop 26 on the traditional start of the school year coastal bike ride.

We will meet at the St. Mark’s Church upper parking lot at 7:00 a.m. and ride to Haskell’s Beach near the Bacara Resort. On the way there, we will be riding on some trails along the coast. It is a really enjoyable ride.

We will have lunch at Haskell’s Beach and return via the costal bike path to the church.

We should be done by noon.

You will need a bike that can ride on a dirt trail, but you do not need a fancy mountain downhill bike. Family members are welcome to join us. The total distance is about 20 miles.

To make the ride safe and fun, please make sure you have the following items:

  • Helmet
  • High Visibility Top
  • Working bike that can ride on a dirt trail
  • Daypack
  • Sack Lunch
  • Water
  • Hiking Essentials

Remember: No Helmet = No ride

Please contact Mr. Pinner if you have any questions.
[email protected] or 448-8760

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