JOIN ONE OF OUR SCHEDULED RIDES
Browse our ride calendar where we post a variety of group rides throughout Southern California for you to join. We offer a variety of destinations for gravity rides, all mountain, road and epic rides. Joining one of our scheduled rides is a great way to connect with other riders and hit the trails without the hassle of arranging for transport or shuttles.
Follow instructions in the event description to save your seat. We recommend that you sign up and pre-pay as far in advance as possible because when there is high demand for a ride, priority boarding will go to those who have pre-paid, and rides that do not meet the minimum number of passengers are subject to cancellation.
Our ride calendar is updated regularly, so check back often for changes and new postings. If you have suggestions for locations where you would like to see future group rides, please let us know, or consider renting us for your own private group.
Please read the Shuttle Bus Terms of Service.
Glendora Mountain Road (GMR)
We love GMR because it boasts one of the longest downhill trails in the region and some truly awesome
scenery. The Crazy Bear Bus departs every hour from the parking lot down the Glendora Mountain Road
on the left side after the fire station.
Other popular locations served by Crazy Bear Bikes
- SART (Santa Ana River Trail)
- Palm Springs
- Mount Pinos, Frazier Park
- Hummingbird / Animal / G spot
- Santa Barbara
- Lake Elsinore
- Kernville *
- Downieville *
- Santa Cruz *
For more locations go to Bike Limo Mountain Bike Destinations
Crazy Bear Bikes Etiquette
- All riders using our transportation services must watch a video reviewing the trail rules and etiquette and must sign a liability waiver.
- All riders must comply with local safety requirements (cow bell, trail way…)
- Riders causing damage or modifying the trail (skidding, building obstacles or cutting trails) would be excluded from the shuttle.
- Crazy Bear Bikes does not shuttle locations that are already served by another professional shuttle company.
- We pack it in we pack it out.
Trail Use Rules
It is the law
Stay on trails. If you have questions about the trail ask the driver.
- Yield to hikers, equestrians and all traffic going uphill. You never have the right of way, so be prepared to stop at any time.
- Speed limit on trail is 15mph. Manage your speed. Keep in mind that you are not alone on the trail and that you might have to stop at any time.
- Don’t wear ear phones in both ears. You must be aware of your surroundings and able to hear what is happening.
- Do not litter. Trash bins are available in the van.
- No fire of any kind.
To help us keep the trails open
- Be nice to others users. “Hello” and a smile can change everything.
- Wear a bell. The bell will announce your presence on the trail and helps avoid surprising and upsetting other users. Same for animals.
- Stop for horses, greet the rider, and wait until s/he tells you it is OK to pass. Horses can behave unpredictably when spooked by a bike, putting both you and the rider in danger. Speaking to the rider lets the horse know you are human and not a predator.
- Be very careful in blind turns.
- Don’t be a skidiot. Skidding damages the trail and scares other users.