Weekly Rides

The Weekly Rides are a fun, social, gathering of mountain bikers but can be very physically demanding & challenging. Proper equipment is recommended for every ride, check out the Ride Checklist page. You are riding at your own liability so safety is your responsibility. The meeting point for all rides is the south parking lot of Juliet Thorner School unless otherwise noted.

While all levels of riders will be accommodated on any ride, the skill levels listed below are meant to inform riders of the general abilities of the group for that ride.

Weekly Ride Organizer
Eddie Gonzales

Monday Night
Mountain Bike Ride
Every Monday at 6:00pm. Beginner, Intermediate ride time 1.5-2 hours.

Wednesday Night
Mountain Bike Ride
Every Wednesday at 6:00pm. Intermediate & Advanced: ride time 1.5-2 hours.

Mountain Bike Ride
Year-Round, Seasonal Start Time
Every Saturday, at 7:00 am. Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced: ride time 1.5-2 hours.

Ride Orginizer: Bob Sughrue 661-378-7060
Mountain Bike Rides
Every Sunday at 7:00 am
Year-Round, Seasonal Start Time
Beginner and Single Speed: ride time 1.5 - 2 hours.

Mountain Bike Rides


Thursday afternoon 5:30pm safe for all riders, stars at Gateway School. Ride is approximately 13 miles long.
Ride Leader Arty Blanco (760) 608-9878

Contact for rides. Ride Leader Arty Blanco (760) 608-9878


Helmets are required on all rides because mountain biking can be a dangerous activity, even while just hangin’ around before or after a ride!

The SSFTA is a fun social group and our invitation to ride is not an assumption of any liability whatsoever on the Club’s, member’s, sponsor’s, or affiliate’s part. The terrain and group-ride dynamics can be extremely variable and can possibly exceed any rider’s ability at any time. The SSFTA is not responsible for accidents or ignorance on yours or anyone’s part.

Your decision to show up and ride with SSFTA or any of its members, affiliates, sponsors, et al., expressly waives your right to blame anyone else for your or others poor judgment, mishaps, equipment failures, dumb luck, or any other “lame-blame-game” or excuse you or others may harbor or concoct.

Speaking of equipment failures, if yours does, someone else might be able to fix it but you should be prepared to deal with it without counting on others. Wear proper clothing and by all means come prepared to hydrate and nourish yourself before and during the event. You should also consult with a physician before attempting any exercise (and you should consult with a psychiatrist if you have any other issues). Always carry clear identification and insurance cards.

“Remember, in man vs oak tree the oak tree wins” C.K.


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