This ride starts from a quite, upscale neighborhood and quickly disappears into the oak forest. This area also features some rather interesting signs telling mountain bikers not to change their clothes in public and other common sense rules that we should all live by. In general, the area welcomes mountain bikers, but be courteous and thankful for the opportunity to ride on these great trails.
There are lots of fun trails with smooth downhills, steep climbs, and technical sections. A few fallen trees and ruts add to the challenge. This area is a maze of inter-connecting singletrack and dirt roads so just hop on your bike and have fun. But look out for equestrians and the local residents out walking their dogs.
How to get there:
Take HWY 210 East to it's end. Take Foothill Blvd.. At Wheeler, turn left and follow Wheeler until you reach Via De Mansion. Turn right onto Via De Mansion and take another right onto Orangewood. The trailhead is right by the creek. You can park at Oak Mesa Park, On Wheeler Avenue, the trail head parking off Stephens Ranch Road or at la Verne Heights School on Baseline Road.
Obey the signs, look out for other trail users, and be courteous. Help keep this trail open.