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The Bay Area’s Most Spectacular Scenery

I’m not much of a sports fan – but there’s one column I love to read every Sunday in the Sports section of the San Francisco Chronicle – the outdoors column by Tom Stienstra. This week he describes three of his favorite drives in the Bay Area – including one down Skyline Drive on the Peninsula that’s one great ride.

I first noticed Tom’s writing a few years back – and have been an avid reader (and viewer) ever since.

One reply on “The Bay Area’s Most Spectacular Scenery”

Scott, I frequently travel both Skyline and Mines Road on my Harley. They are probably two of my favorite and most traveled roads in the bay area with my motorcycle buddies. Skyline is probably more well known, but if anyone has the time, Mines Road is a great trip. The Antonio Valley reminds me of places in northern New Mexico, and a lot of other remote places in the west. Don’t forget to stop at the Junction Cafe along the way, a hangout for hunters and bikers, which makes for some interesting socializing. It’s amazing in our so populated urban area you can go a few miles and feel like you are in the wilderness.

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