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The Bump and Grind Bike Trail in Rancho Mirage, CA

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The Bump and Grind Trail is located in the beautiful and diverse area of Rancho Mirage, CA. This trail is commonly known as the Desert Drive or Mirage Trail. The Bump and Grind Trail is most ideal for a combination of outdoor activities, such as cycling and hiking. The Trail takes two to three hours to complete the scenic four miles, which showcase the adventurous side that the West Coast symbolizes. This is the most popular trail in Coachella Valley, reaching a breath-taking elevation of 1000 feet. There are some trails that isolate bikers and hikers from the beauty of...

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The Santa Rosa Mountain and Toro Peak Bike Trail

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The gorgeous Santa Rosa Mountains are a breathtaking short range that is located east of the city of Los Angeles. The highest peak of this incredible mountain range is Toro Peak, which reaches an elevation of 8,716 feet. When climbing the Santa Rosa Mountains, visitors feel as if they can touch the sky, as they become one with this challenging desert landscape.  The Santa Rosa Mountain and Toro Peak Trail is a thirteen mile dirt road that ventures up and down the rugged peaks of the unforgettable Santa Rosa Mountains. The trail is located between Palm Springs and Idyllwild. This...

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The Sawmill/Santa Rosa Mountain Trail

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The Coachella Valley is a recreational desert that is located in the most beautiful, diversified region of Southern California. The vast valley stretches for 45 miles reaching the tip of the cold saltwater of the Salton Sea to the unforgettable San Bernardino Mountain range. The Coachella Valley is an impressive, rugged fifteen miles wide. Many bikers mistakenly believe that the Coachella Valley is too hot to ride through. This is a common misconception that proves to be far from the truth. The Santa Rosa Mountain/Sawmill Trail is a 26.3 mile journey that takes you to and from this incredible landscape. ...

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The Art Smith Bike Trail

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Imagine a trail that weaves through the hard exterior and the heart of a challenging mountainside. The Art Smith Trail takes one through the gorgeous Santa Rosa Mountains. The Trail starts just north of the Palm Desert, near the National Scenic Area of the Santa Rosa Mountains.  The Art Smith Trail is a challenging, diverse trail that is for youthful, energetic, conquerors of the California countryside. The trail originates in the Canyon that is known as "Dead Indian." This name leaves a clue to the difficulty of this amazing, one-of-a-kind rural desert trail.  The Art Smith Trail is a sixteen...

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The West Valley Bike Loop

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The state of California is home to a desert landscape that can be best described as a "biker's paradise." The desert landscape is the most ideal backdrop, providing bikers with breath-taking scenic views and rocky and hilly trails that are terrific for mountain biking.  The trails that are located in Palm Springs, CA offer a challenge to riders, with the reward being the spectacular panoramic view of the local countryside. The West Valley Bike Loop is the number one cycling destination in the region. The loop is a moderate to a strenuous gutsy ride that takes cyclists past revolving windmills...

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