Weekly Rides

Road Rides

Every Saturday morning we have 2 fun group rides that start and end in our Dana Point Location. Both Rides are the same route except the 7:30am start time is for those who are looking to challenge themselves and push their fitness, while the 8am departure is more about getting outside and going on an awesome saturday morning loop with some friends! And what better place to finish a ride than our shop which features Crank and Grind, a coffee bar with excellent craft coffee and delicious protein shakes.

Saturdays AM - departs Dana Point shop parking lot

Time: 7:30am AM
Distance: 40 miles
Pace: Fast (17~19 MPH average) speed varies week to week

Start: Bike Religion, Dana Point

About the Ride
Leaving at 7:30 am sharp from Bike Religion Dana Point for a round trip. This ride is at a fast pace down to Las Pulgas Marine Base gate for the turnaround. All are welcome!

Saturdays AM - departs Dana Point shop parking lot

Time: 8:00 AM
Distance: 40 miles
Pace: Medium - Fast (No Drop), some intervals and regroup
Start: Bike Religion, Dana Point

About the Ride
A nice out & back ride leaving at 8am sharp from Bike Religion Dana Point at mostly a medium, with some pace line intervals at a faster pace, down to Las Pulgas Marine Base gate for the turnaround. All are welcome!

Mountain Rides

Sundays PM - Starts at Trailhead

Time: 4:30 PM

Distance: 10-15 miles

Pace: Casual Pace, some riders may prefer to go ahead on certain segments but we always group up and make sure everyone is included!

Start: The trailhead we are meeting at will be posted weekly on our website and FaceBook page, some riders prefer to meet up at the shop at 4PM, to fill up their tires and get the details on the ride for the evening.

About The Ride

Our Sunday mountain bike ride is a fun trail ride which caters to Enduro riders, but is suitable for anyone looking to meet a new group of people, or progress their skills on a mountain bike ride. We change locations each week between Las Ramblas, the San Clemente Dog Park Singletracks, and the Canyon Vistas parking area for Aliso Woods wilderness park. The group as a whole keeps a relaxed pace while some may want to test their skill on the descents we always group up after every trail up or down to make sure everyone is included. Members of the BikeReligion staff will be on hand as well to give advice for riding skills and bike setup helping you be the best you can on your mountain bike.