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Oceanside: Dana Point - 65 miles / 2200' Must Have DBIDS Card to Ride Thru Camp Pendleton!!

  • OCEANSIDE HARBOR (park in public lot near Jolly Roger) 1900 North Harbor Drive Oceanside, CA 92054 United States (map)

**Must have DBIDS Card to Enter Camp Pendleton**

DBIDS INFO: CLICK HERE

You will NOT be permitted Camp Pendleton Base Access without possession of the NEW "Defense Biometric I.D. System" Card!!  (Each Rider MUST have his/her Own Card!)  Cards are available MON-FRI, 0830-1530 hrs at the Main Gate (Visitor Center).

Come Join us for our Member* Group ride.  

This route is your chance to live the "California Dream" of riding along Coastal Beauty (not to mention the unique experience of riding several miles inside an active military installation, Camp Pendleton!)..  There are NO major climbs and traffic is not an issue (especially on base). Then back the same way we rode up.  See what the Beach Boys sang about!

*Non-Members may ride one "test" ride.

Note: Due to the wide-range of fitness and ability levels among cyclists, you should load the course onto your GPS device in case you become separated from the group (ahead OR behind!)

Ride Duration Time is Estimated

All Riders must be self-sufficient (nutrition, hydration, tools, tubes, etc.)

The FRCC rides in a safe and predictable manner.

All Riders Shall:
- wear helmets with proper fit & adjustment.
- follow all laws specific to the areas in which we ride.
- stop and wait at traffic lights & stop signs.
- yield to pedestrians.
- scan for obstacles/risks, warning those behind by visual/verbal cues.
- when turning right, take a position behind vehicles turning right.
- when going straight, line up left (clear) of the right turn lane
- when turning left, each rider is responsible for scanning and the last rider scans and signals the merge left.
- when safe, allow vehicles to pass.
- ensure that riders with physical or equipment issues are safe.

Riders shall also conduct themselves in a reasonable and proper manner, specifically:
. refrain from the usage of inappropriate or vulgar language;
. treat others with courtesy and respect--including vehicle operators;
. maintain ride Safety as the #1 priority;
. maintain their bicycles and equipment in proper working order
. do their best effort to enhance the image of cycling and cyclists.