You convinced me… we’re going to take a weekend drive up from L.A. next month. Any tips on hotels in Paso Robles?

    January 14, 2013
  • Kevin – All of the hotels in Paso are listed on the Lodging page at http://www.travelpaso.com. Come visit!

    January 14, 2013
  • George

    Nice to see SLO County get some “Bike Loving.”

    Though the article focused on Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo County has stellar cycling from north to south and east to west. Wine country, slow paced farm country, a pretty incredible network of mountain bike trails, Pacific Coast on Highway 1, and a freakin awesome alternative cycle culture that is hard to beat.


    January 14, 2013
  • […] here to see the original: Paso Robles: The Central Coast's <b>Bicycling</b> Secret? – The Path Less … This entry was posted in Blog Search and tagged ability, area, bikes, cyclists, helps, […]

    January 16, 2013
  • Mark Rackow

    Check out the San Luis Obispo Bicycle club. They’re very active in the area. Their Wildflower Century goes through wine country just outside of Paso Robles.

    January 18, 2013
  • You’re right: Paso Robles and environs are great cycling country. Our first experience was at the Memorial Day Great American Bicycle Rally in 1986. Let me suggest another underappreciated destination, and one where we are lucky enough to live.

    San Benito County offers some of the best riding I’ve ever encountered with a combination of a climate that tends to be moderated by coastal influences (typically much cooler in summer than Paso), some low key, top drawer wineries, great scenery, and best of all — uncrowded roads with overwhelmingly patient, friendly drivers. There’s a map of routes throughout the Monterey Bay area that’s worth the few dollars cycling shops charge. Just ask for the Krebs map.

    If you ever make it back to the Central Coast for a two-wheeled vacation, consider it. As a bonus, there’s camping at America’s newest national park, Pinnacles, just 33 miles south of the county seat of Hollister.

    Love the site and the blog!

    January 24, 2013
  • Helen robertson

    Paso Robles bound cyclists! Check out our vrbo: #466182. We are right in the heart of downtown Paso, big enough to house groups and totally set up with a secure bike shop with stands and set of bike tools. Bike Peachy right from the house, walk to great restaurants and town square! Come fall in love with the area as we have!

    January 30, 2014
  • Check out Central Coast Outdoors for a wide range of excellent guided biking trips in Paso Robles and SLO County in general. Winery, trips, coastal trips, excellent picnic lunches, private trips of differing difficulties.

    February 07, 2015
  • […] Coast is a great place to ride.  How great?  Its a bicyclist’s travel destination.  People travel here to spend their weekends riding through the vineyards.   The region is peppered with bicycle enthusiasts, bike clubs and open riding […]

    February 10, 2015

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