Explore Lynch Canyon by mountain bike this Saturday, July 21, from 9am to noon with volunteer Karen Peitz. This ride is designed especially for families and beginners, and is open to anyone and any cycling ability. Slower riders will not be left behind.
Depending on the preferences of the group, the route may be an easy ride to the reservoir and back, or a more challenging ride with hills. Peitz will share Lynch Canyon’s history and educational benefits at points along the way.
Participants with mountain bikes and helmets are invited to meet her in the parking lot at 9 am to begin exploring Lynch Canyon by bike. The guided ride is free, and parking is only $5 per motorized vehicle.
Riders must wear helmets and should wear sturdy closed-toe shoes as well as protection from sun, wind, and fog. Bringing plenty of water is a must since there is no drinking water anywhere on the property. Gloves, snacks, a picnic lunch and bug repellent are also recommended.
No RSVP is required. Lynch Canyon is located at the intersection of Lynch Road & McGary Road, between the Red Top Road and American Canyon/Hiddenbrooke Parkway exits off I-80. For questions, call 707-432-0150 x200 or email email@example.com.
Lynch Canyon is open for hikes, mountain bike rides, equestrian rides, trail running, and picnics each Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm, now through October 7. It is a working ranch with free-range cattle. For the protection of wildlife and cattle, pets are not allowed. It is owned by Solano Land Trust and operated by Solano County Parks. Learn more at www.solanolandtrust.org and www.solanocounty.com/parks.
What: A guided mountain bike ride with volunteer Karen Peitz
Where: Lynch Canyon Open Space, intersection of Lynch Road & McGary Road, Vallejo, CA
When: Saturday, July 21, 9am-noon
Why: Get fresh air and healthy exercise. Explore Lynch Canyon, learn of its history and culture, as well as its educational benefits. Enjoy the beautiful views.
Cost: Parking at Lynch Canyon is only $5 per motorized vehicle.