The Golden Gate Bridge Loop Bike Trail
The Golden Gate Bridge, this breathtaking route spans approximately 16 miles and winds through some of the city's most iconic landmarks, offering awe-inspiring views at every turn. One of the best ways to experience this beautiful bridge is on an electric bike. You'll get to explore the city at your own pace without worrying about running out of battery or losing steam.
Starting at Fisherman's Wharf, you'll cycle through the Presidio and Crissy Field before reaching the Golden Gate Bridge. The 1.7-mile span of the bridge will leave you spellbound with the stunning views that stretch out before you. Along the way, make sure to stop by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a must-visit attraction that holds significant historical and cultural importance.
Picnic Spot: Once you've crossed the bridge, you'll find yourself in the quaint town of Sausalito. Take a break from cycling and head to the picturesque Sea Trek Kayak and SUP rentals. Positioned right on the beach, this is the perfect spot for a picnic lunch with stunning waterfront views of the bay and Mt. Tamalpais. You can also rest and relish the scenery or catch a ferry back to Fisherman's Wharf.
The Wiggle Bike Trail
The Wiggle is a four-way route through San Francisco that spans about 1.7 miles. The Wiggle got its name from the wiggly nature of its turns and twists that avoid the many hills in San Francisco. Along the way, you'll see colorful street art, beautiful Victorian homes, vibrant commercial streets, stunning gardens, and murals that capture the unique essence of the city. It is the ideal cycling route for anyone who wants to get from the east side of the city to the west side without breaking a sweat.
Duboce Park is an ideal place to start a family-friendly ride and also serves as a great meeting spot for groups. From Duboce Park, head west on Wiggle's first route and follow it onto Scott Street. Then take a right onto Fell Street for the second route, which leads you to the Panhandle.
One of the best ways to experience this cycling route is with freebeat MorphRover 2 In 1 Ebike, which ensures you don't struggle up any hills. The freebeat MorphRover eBike makes it easy to maintain your speed and momentum throughout The Wiggle. You'll just need to pedal lightly and let the electric motor do most of the work. For those who want to challenge themselves, the e-bike has different pedal-assist modes that give you a good workout depending on your fitness level. This ebike is designed to tackle steep hills while providing a smooth and comfortable ride. As you ride along The Wiggle, you'll smile to yourself at how effortlessly you're navigating the many turns and hills.
The Embarcadero Bike Trail
The Embarcadero is a waterfront promenade in San Francisco. It starts in the heart of the city's business district and meanders along the eastern side of the city's peninsula to Fisherman's Wharf. Along the way, you'll pass by famous landmarks like the Ferry Building, the Bay Bridge, the Cupid's Span sculpture, and then down to AT&T Park.
The Embarcadero is also home to a bustling marketplace, lively outdoor cafes, and numerous public art installations. The route is flat and easy, making it a great option for beginners or families with kids. On weekends, the Embarcadero is closed to cars, making for an even more enjoyable ride.
While cycling along the Embarcadero is generally safe, here are some tips to keep in mind to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride: Always wear a helmet, follow traffic rules, don't ride on the sidewalk, and beware of pedestrians and other cyclists.
End Your Ride with Delicious Treats:
After a long ride, it's always a good idea to reward yourself with a refreshing drink or snack. The Embarcadero has plenty of options to choose from, including the Ferry Building's Farmers Market, Blue Bottle Coffee, Boudin Bakery, and many more.
Twin Peaks Bike Trail
For those looking for a challenge, Twin Peaks is a must-ride for any experienced cyclist who wants to experience the city's charm from above. This 5-mile ride with an elevation gain of over 800 feet starts at the Castro and takes you up to the top of Twin Peaks, where you'll have panoramic views of the city. The ride is steep and challenging, but the views are worth it.
Twin Peaks is located in the center of San Francisco and is accessible from several different routes. The most popular starting points for this route are the Castro District and Golden Gate Park. Riders can enjoy the scenic views from both sides of the peaks, making it a great way to explore the city's beauty and culture. You'll see the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, and the entire city skyline. On a clear day, you can even see Alcatraz Island and the Marin Headlands.
As you ride along the twisting and hilly path, you'll enjoy the unobstructed views of the city's skyline and the Pacific Ocean. There are several stops where riders can stop and take in the views, including the Thornton Beach Overlook, the Viewpoint at Christmas Tree Point, and Mount Sutro's summit.
Be sure to bring plenty of water and snacks – this ride is not for the faint of heart.
Presidio Loop Bike Trail
The Presidio Loop is a 5-mile ride that takes you through some of the most iconic landmarks in San Francisco. Start at the Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center and head south down Lincoln Boulevard. As you ride through the soaring eucalyptus trees, take in the breathtaking view of the Golden Gate Bridge to your left. You’ll also pass by the impressive new Lodge at the Presidio, a historic building that has been renovated into a modern hotel.
Next, take a left on Storey Avenue and head past the golf course to the base of the Presidio. Here you’ll come across the Palace of Fine Arts, an iconic San Francisco landmark. Pause for a moment to admire its stunning architecture and the peaceful lagoon that surrounds it. After soaking in the beauty of the Palace of Fine Arts, cycle along the northern edge of the Presidio to reach Crissy Field.
Crissy Field is one of the most visited destinations in San Francisco. This former military airfield is now a popular destination for picnics, kite flying, and biking. Cruise along the flat path and take in the incredible vistas of the Bay. You'll see Alcatraz Island, Angel Island, and the Bay Bridge to your left and the Golden Gate Bridge to your right. Next, head west along the shoreline till you reach Fort Point, an old army fort built during the Civil War era.
After a brief break at Fort Point, head back north to rejoin Lincoln Boulevard. Take the trail to the right that meanders through the forest till you reach Halleck Street, and then turn right to head back to the starting point. The Presidio loop may be just 5 miles long, but it’s a challenging route with lots of uphill climbs. However, with the freebeat MorphRover Ebike, you can effortlessly climb the steep hills with its powerful 750W motor assist feature.