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Davis Bike Loop

Description from TrailLink: The Davis Bike Loop is a route through The Greenbelt that passes through most of the city’s major bicycle infrastructure for a total distance of about 12 miles. The route is marked with painted pavement markings and includes mostly separated bike paths or trails, but also incorporates some low-traffic residential streets. NOTE: The route does not follow a straight path so it is important to pay attention to the markers so that you stay on course. The route of the Davis Bike Loop was, "chosen to be safe and pleasant, but not fast." As such, it’s ideal for recreation, family biking and commuting. The route was specially designed with families in mind and is a great option for parents riding with children to have minimal car traffic.

Touch here for a map to the trailhead at NE Access at Mace Ranch Park.

Touch here for a map to the trailhead at SE Access at Putah Creek Park.

Touch here for a map to the trailhead at SW Access at Orchard Park Circle on UC Davis Campus.

Touch here for a map to the trailhead at NW Access at Covell Park.