Eastern Sierra

Here are some of the rides that we enjoy in our scenic state of California.

Our route sheets are free for non-profit use. You may use them for exploring on your own or for leading rides for local clubs such as the Western Wheelers or ACTC.

The route sheets are in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader for reading PDF files, you can download it free from Adobe's Web site.

Please practice bicycling street smarts. Wear a helmet, ride safely, obey traffic laws, and courteously share the road. Be a good ambassador for cycling. Thanks, and enjoy!

— Steve & Cheryl

Twisty Road sign Bike Slip sign Caution: These routes are designed for fit and experienced cyclists who enjoy challenging climbs and technical descents on mountain roads. Some of the roads are steep, twisty, rough, and obstacle-laden, with no bike lanes, negligible shoulders, blind curves, and dangerous auto traffic.

Start/Finish Ride Distance
BishopChipmunk Hill, Laws341,5400.86
BishopPine Creek443,6301.56
BishopPine Creek, Pleasant Valley484,0101.58
BishopPleasant Valley, Pine Creek484,0101.58
BishopRock Creek807,4401.76
BishopRock Creek, Pleasant Valley787,6201.85
BishopPleasant Valley, Rock Creek787,6201.85
BishopPleasant Valley, Gorge544,4501.56
BishopSouth Lake, Lake Sabrina537,2602.60
Big PineBristlecone Pine Forest476,7702.73
Big PineGlacier Lodge213,8203.45
Big PineWaucoba Canyon364,2902.26
IndependenceOnion Valley275,3503.76
Lone PineHorseshoe Meadows456,9302.92
Lone PineWhitney Portal254,6303.51

STOP sign STOP sign Be safe! Make a good impression! Set a good example!
Remember that STOP signs apply to cyclists as well as motorists.
Make a full stop and earn some respect as a legitimate road user.