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Friday, August 15, 2014

The 5 Best Views of the Bay Area by Bike

Posted By on Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 1:49 PM

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4. Twin Peaks
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Twin Peaks offers a stunning view out over downtown San Francisco – or really, just about any part of the city. You might have get off your bike and clamber up to the top of the actual peaks for the best view, but the vista point isn’t half bad either. Mount Davidson is higher, but it’s both illegal and very difficult to bike up the rocky, steep, single-track trails. Twin Peaks also offers a better view of nearby Mount Sutro, as the latter is heavily wooded by invasive eucalyptus. If you’re going climb some hills, why stop at one — bike the twins.
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Leif Haven

Leif Haven

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Leif Haven is a writer and cyclist living in the Bay Area. He can be spotted dragging himself up a hill — literally and metaphorically.

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