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You can truly convince yourself that you're riding in the Mediterranean while doing the climbs on Catalina island.
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Road is well paved and primarily traveled by tourists in slow moving golf-carts.
In order to ride the last 2 miles of the climb or anywhere beyond the town of Avalon, you need a Freewheeler Bike Pass to get into the Catalina Island Conservancy. (Annual passes for $35 may be found and purchased here)
If you're making the trip out to Catalina Island, odds are you won't have your car with you since the only way to the island is the ferry. Bikes are allowed to be brought on the ferries, but if you can't take yours with you, bike and e-bike rentals are also available on the island.
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Sep 7, 2022
I am curious what type of bike is best for this steep climbing. Surely there is one brand made to limit the arduous nature of the constant uphill.