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Folsom Bike's Cycling Routes for Social Isolation

Stay riding, stay healthy and enjoy our selection local routes from each of our locations. We have been overwhelmed by your support and response to these routes so we hope you enjoy them now and also with your group of riding friends in the future! 

Folsom & Loomis - 30 Miles

With some similarities to our Wednesday Night Team Ride, this route incorporates fast sections with the steady climb up Sierra College. 

EDH Mother Lode - 55 Miles

This is a classic foothills loop, which includes some of our favorite local roads and climbs. Placerville provides a welcome rest stop where riders can fuel up and prepare themselves for a fun second half.

Folsom, Lincoln, Newcastle Lollipop - 48 Miles

Varied countryside and a taste of the foothills make this a lovely three to four-hour outing. the Chilli Hill Rd Climb provides some punishment with its steep pitches up to 12% in gradient. 

Folsom Lake MTB - 14 Miles

A great MTB loop from our Folsom location. This loop takes in great trails and a variety of terrain. It can also be tackled on a cyclocross or gravel bike if you do not mind a bumpy ride.

El Dorado Hills & Rescue Road - 36 Miles

Another route to enjoy on your bike. This climbing-intensive 35-mile loop from our El Dorado Hills location is a great way to spend a couple of hours. 

Orangevale Road - 35 Miles

Continue to explore local roads with this great 25-mile loop from our Folsom location. Including a lovely stretch on the bike path and winding backroads, this is a great hour and a half ride!

Auburn's Finest Road - 44 Miles

Looking for a solo spin to isolate on two wheels? We've got a route for you! With some of our favorite climbs and descents in the area, this 44-mile loop takes in the superb descent of ridge road as well as climbing Baxter Grade.

Bass Lake Road - 20 Miles

With plenty of climbing and some great descents and views over Folsom Lake, this 20-mille loop from our El Dorado Hills location is a great training ride!

Cameron Park Road - 30 Miles

Today's recommended route features great climbs, little known roads and great riding. 30-miles in total with 3k ft of climbing, this routes is a great two-hour workout on the road bike. It can also be done from our El Dorado Hills location (making a 26-mile loop).

French Town Road - 50 Miles

Get out and isolate on two wheels with this 50-mile route from our El Dorado Hills location. Featuring some of our favorite and most picturesque roads as well as eye-watering climbs, this route is one of the most scenic and varied half centuries you'll undertake!

Super Bowl Sunday Road - 35 Miles

A favorite road route and one that anyone who attended our Super Bowl Sunday Ride will be familiar with. This 35-mile road route conquers some of our top local roads including the gruelingly steep Glenview and the fast and winding downhill on Shirland Tract.

EDH Gravel/MTB - 11 Miles

Ride local and have fun with this mixed terrain route from our El Dorado Hills location. This hilly route is perfect for exploring the back trails and roads of EDH. Plus, the route looks a bit like a dinosaur!

EDH to the Lake - 18 Miles

Varied local roads and challenging short climbs make this a great hour to hour and a half route on the road.

Fair Oaks From Folsom - 25 Miles

Skirting the picturesque Lake Natoma, this 23-mile road loop takes in quiet roads and bike trail plus a brief stint in Fair Oaks! Enjoy!

Salmon Falls Coloma - 48 Miles

This 48 mile route, from our El Dorado Hills location, up Salmon Falls Road and beyond to Coloma. On the return leg you'll enjoy a steep climb up Cold Springs Rd before rolling countryside back to Cameron Park and EDH.

Folsom & Rescue - 40 Miles

Taking in some of the classic cycling roads of the area, including Malcolm Dixon and Deer Valley, this route is packed with great climbs and descents. 

Folsom & East Roseville - 21 Miles

Another Great local route for you to enjoy this week! Leaving from our Folsom location, this 21-mile road ride is a pre-work favorite for our staff due to its pleasant scenery and quiet roads.

Cameron Park from EDH - 21 Miles

Enjoy climbing up to Cameron Park via Serrano. Take care on Bass Lake Road while also enjoying views down towards Sacramento.

EDH & Folsom Lake Climbs - 18 Miles

If short and steep climbs whet your appetite then this is the ride for you! Climbs up Appian Way, Francisco Drive, Mormon Island Dr, and Beatty make this a real gear-cruncher of a route.