Plan your next biking adventure

Wine Country Tour
Vine House B&B Round Trip

15.4 mi | +1189 ft elevation | Out and back

Enjoy this easy e-bike ride on mostly paved surfaces-- great for any fitness level and suitable for all skill levels.

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Intermediate PUMP TRACK

At Wolf Creek Park

For Both Newcomers and Experienced Riders

Located in the southern end of town across from Fire Station 92, Temecula's brand new intermediate-level pump track is designed for both newcomers and experienced riders alike.  Wolf Creek Park is easy to access by way of the Great Oak Trail (Class I), bike lanes on Wolf Creek Drive (Class II), or from the fully buffered Redhawk / Vail Ranch loop.

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Intermediate PUMP TRACK

At Long Canyon Creek Park

For Both Newcomers and Experienced Riders

Located in the northern end of town across from James L. Day Middle School, Temecula's brand new intermediate-level pump track is designed for both newcomers and experienced riders alike.  Whether you're looking to get huge air or prefer to keep the rubber side down, drop in and enjoy the rollers behind the rolling hills of Meadowview.

Southside to City Hall
A safe route across town

3 - 5.5 mi each way | +131 ft elevation | Out and back

Would you like to visit Old Town by bike, but aren't sure how to safely cross the Temecula Creek, Temecula Parkway and I-15?  Whether you're a southside resident, or visiting the Pechanga Resort, this route is for you.  Enjoy a peaceful ride along multi-use trails and calm rural streets with a mid-point rest-stop at the Rose Haven Heritage Garden.


Murrieta Creek Regional Trail

1.5 mi | +44 ft Elevation | Regional Trail

Nestled between Murrieta Creek and Diaz Road, the Temecula section of the Murrieta Creek Regional Trail features scenic picnic areas, and both paved and dirt surfaces.  Riders can follow the creek north or cross under the freeway to connect all the way from Old Town to Wine Country.

Temecula Creek Trail

1 mi | +83 ft Elevation | Trail Head

This park located in Vail Ranch is the perfect place to set out for adventure.  A one-mile dirt access road leads to branching gravel and mountain biking trails which endlessly crisscross the creek and hillsides.

Great Oak Trail

1.8 mi | +101 ft Elevation | Connector

Running along Wolf Creek in southern Temecula, Great Oak Trail is fully-isolated from traffic.  Enjoy a short ride to Patricia H Birdsall Sports Park on one end, or to Friendship Park on the other.

Wine Country Ride

16.3 mi | +1,196 ft Elevation | Counterclockwise Loop

Get away to Temecula Wine Country.  With an easy portage across the dry creek at Crown Hill, take the road less traveled and leave the traffic behind.  Explore the peaceful rolling hills and take a break at your favorite winery.

Recommended Group Rides

for all ages

A 7-mile, creek-side cruise— perfect for riders of all ages.

Casual Family Ride

Enjoy an 18-mile ride around Temecula, from Old Town to Wind Coutry.

Intermediate Ride

Start the day early with a self-directed, 50-mile ride out to Wine Country and back.

Pro Ride

Temecula Loop Trail

16.5 mi | +650 ft Elevation | Clockwise Loop

Encircling the entire valley, the Temecula Loop Trail follows creek beds and rolling hills in a circuit spanning historic Old Town to the gateway of Southern California wine country.

Pump Track Circuit

At the Ronald Reagan Sports Park

2 Tracks | 187m of Smooth Riding | For All Ages

Perfect for bikers and skaters before or after a session in the skate park. Two special wooden wallrides add extra thrill and style. Easy access, free entrance, tons of parking and open 24/7.  New riders can build their confidence on the mini pump track right next door.


Pechanga Resort to Wine Country

8 mi each way | +500 ft Elevation | Out and back

Tour the valley from the Pechanga Resort to the gateway of Temecula Wine Country.  This safe route winds through peaceful parks and quiet neighborhood streets.

Midtown Quiet Ride
Wine Country to Old Town

6.6 mi each way | +286 ft elevation | Out and back

Enjoy a quiet ride on trails and neighborhood streets, 25-35 MPH, all the way across central Temecula.  This route starts at a park on the edge of wine country and finishes in Old Town at city hall, passing by the Rose Haven Heritage garden along the way.