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San Diego Reader: Car-less in Mission Bay

From the San Diego Reader:

A former wetland dredged in the 1940s to create a water playground surrounded by public parks, San Diego’s Mission Bay is nirvana for those who like easy, scenic bicycling. Paved trails that line much of the bay and its sandy public beaches are flat as a pancake, with a connection to the Mission Beach–Pacific Beach boardwalk that parallels the Pacific.

You can also use the trails to get to multitudes of restaurants and attractions. Leave your car behind and get around on your bike – or be even more adventurous and arrive by train, taking your bike on the Coaster or Amtrak, connecting to the Trolley’s Green Line (Morena/Linda Vista stop).

To read about great places to visit in San Diego by bike, and routes to avoid heavy traffic, courtesy of the San Diego Reader, click here.

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