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Thousand Oaks Bike Routes

THOUSAND OAKS BEST ROAD CYCLING ROUTES

 
Looking for a route that explores Thousand Oaks' stunning mountain ranges and beautiful coastline of Malibu? Livelo has mapped out a selection of the best options to suit a wide variety of riders and riding opportunities.
Of course, the routes are just recommendations, please use your own judgment in selecting your riding route and always ride within your limits and to the road conditions of the day.
Enjoy your ride in Thousand Oaks and the Malibu coast and do let us know if we can assist you with a  rental bike,  a guide to ride with you, or any additional information.

 

Encinal Canyon and Malibu Coastline Loop (97.39km) - 4 Hour Route

 

This route is a great option for those who are are looking for a long ride with some amazing views. This loop starts off  rolling down through the mountains, then it hugs the coast for beautiful views of the Pacific. For the perfect finish this route winds back up through the mountains above Malibu. For the rider looking for a challenge with great rewards this is the perfect ride. 

 

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Encinal Canyon Loop (66.68km) - 2.5 Hour Route

 
 

This ride is the best route for the rider looking for some of everything. The beginning of this route takes you winding down through the mountains then along a short coastline stint. The stunning route ends by passing through the beautiful Kaslow Natural Preserve. With 1,125m in elevation gain this is a challenging ride with excellent views. The Encinal Canyon Loop is the perfect length ride that will allow you to see all of the best views. 

 
 

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 Thousand Oaks to the Santa Monica Mountains (51.24km) - 2 Hour Route

 
 
 

This route from the heart of Thousand Oaks to the Mountains of Santa Monica is the perfect way to start your day. This route brings you through the mountains and along the coast all in 2 hours. At 51.24 kilometers this calf-burner offers two large inclines with over 1000 meters in elevation. With the perfect blend of enviroments and challenges this is a great route to take during your time in Thousand Oaks. 

 
 
 

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