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Marvin Braude Bike Path - Full Loop 43 Miles - California, United States

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Call it the Boardwalk, The Ocean Walk,  The Strand, or Just the Beach, the proper name is The Marvin Braude Bike Path.  Its a 20 Mile Bike path that starts at Will Rodgers State Beach and ends down at Torrance Beach(or vice versa).  I recommend doing the whole path start to finish and back again.  I did this today with In-Line skates and next time I'll try it on my bike.  Most People have gone to the beach and walked the path but its truly a treat to complete the whole thing.  The path rolls through many different beach communities and piers and you'll get to know the beach side like you've never seen it before.  But be warned!  It's a killer 43 miles, so only the brave apply.  If your looking for some good cardio and you have 4 or 5 hours to spare, give the full bike path a try.  You wont forget it!
Tips:
Pace yourself!!! 43 miles remember...  the whole thing will take 4 to 5 hours depending on your pace.
If your skating, try and be careful going around the marina, the path gets a little choppy and uneven.
plenty of restrooms, water fountains, and places to eat, so relax and enjoy the view!
Tags:
marvin braude bike path, boardwalk, The Strand, santa monica, venice, in line skating, Rollerblading, Marina del Rey, manhattan beach, redondo beach.
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Trip Info
May 21, 2011
Trip Location: Pacific Palisades, California, United States
Length: 43 miles
Duration: 5 hours
Activity: In-Line Skating
Trip viewed 7,871 times
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