This is a great ride in the foothills above Claremont/LaVerne/San Dimas. Lots of fire-road climbing, some fast descents and plenty of fun singletrack interspersed throughout make for an enjoyable route. WARNING: Most of the trails that comprise this route are heavily trafficked by hikers, runners and equestrians so be wary of your speed and show proper trail courtesy to all.
Post Your Mountain Bike Ride To join the Game and Ladder
3 Ways to Post
Post your activity, just type in a few details.
Post your activity from a GPX file.
Get a gpx file of your activity from Garmin Connect or from Strava. For example, upload your activity from your GPS to Strava then save as GPX to your computer. Click this Upload GPX button to then upload it to GeoLadders.
Steps to create GPX from Strava: Open the activity in Strava, click the 'Action' icon on left (wrench), select 'Download GPX' (saves to 'Downloads' on your computer). Go to www.geoladders.com, open the existing route you want to post to, select 'Post GPX to this route' (on left), then click the 'Browse' button (middle of page), find the GPX in your 'Downloads' directory. Double click, save. That's it. Your route appears on geoladders.com/posts and in your dashboard.
Use the GeoLadders App
Download this Route To put on your GPS for navigation
Copy this GeoLadders route to your computer.
To get the downloaded gpx file from your computer onto your GARMIN device, login to Garmin Connect at connect.garmin.com. STEP 1). Select ACTIVITIES (far left menu, 5th option) STEP 2). Upper right, click IMPORT, then click BROWSE, middle of page. STEP 3). Double click the activity, then click IMPORT DATA button. STEP 4). The activity opens (in Garmin Connect), then upper right, of the 5 icons, click the GEAR icon 5. then SEND TO DEVICE (Note: you can rename the acivity before sending to your device). The activity will show in 'Courses' on your Garmin device with the default name or the name you gave it. 6. You'll need to unplug your device to view courses on your device. That's it.
11/11/15 Great Veterans Day ride. May God bless all of you veterans as you are our greatest treasure and our heros. Also may God bless all our Police, Fire Fighters, Sherrifs, and first responders. All of you and more I thank with all my heart on this Veterans Day, you're the greatest!
08/23/15 I usually don't drink all that much water while riding, but today I was sweating so much I was dripping wet from head to toe once I arrived at the base of Potato Mountain. Today temps were in the 90's and I finished about 90 ounces of the 100 I had in my Camelback by the time I reached Potato Mountain. Saw a Doe and 2 Fawn grazing on the descent.