The route will climb though the Emerald Hills area to Canada Road and the Ralston bike trail. We’ll then do a loop though the hills in San Mateo, Hillsborough, and Belmont, then return via the Ralston bike trail and Canada Road. We will stop on 4th street in downtown San Mateo to pick up lunch (Noah’s Bagels, Sandwich Spot, Starbucks, other options) and take it over to San Mateo Central Park (a block away) where we should be able to find some tables and benches sit and eat. Meet Mark Mack (email@example.com or 925-207-4993) at 10 am at Burgess Park in Menlo Park. We will leave at 10:15.
GPS map here: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35244836
Later this week I will send out a formatted route sheet and also let you know when I have the GPS route updated with regroup spots.
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