Create a free plotaroute.com account to plot and share routes like this
SIGN UP FOR FREE

UPDATED: To Nowhere (North Redondo Beach Bikeway)

26 views
0 comments
(0)
KEY ROUTE DATA
DISTANCE 2.669 miles
HILLS View Profile
134 ft (45%)
137 ft (40%)
TERRAIN
Road
CALORIES Configure
 
X
CALORIE CALCULATOR
UPDATED: To Nowhere (North Redondo Beach Bikeway)

kg  
lb  
st lb  
 
CALCULATE CALORIES
Find out how we calculate Calories

About the Calorie Calculator

Our Calorie Calculator estimates how many Calories you will burn using Metabolic Equivalent (MET) values from Compendium of Physical Activities. The Compendium idenitifes the relative energy cost of undertaking various activities compared with doing nothing. We then combine this with your weight and the estimated duration of the activity, taking into account the length of the route and the hills involved, to estimate the total Calories burned.

When selecting an Activity setting, select the speed you would normally travel at on flat ground.

Please remember, the estimated number of Calories is just a guide and the actual number of Calories burned may vary depending on other factors such as weather and terrain.

This route can be downloaded in the following formats (click to download):

About

UPDATED as of 9/2/2019: Literally to nowhere! The northern end of the plotted route starts at Vail Ave & White Circle, continues through Dale Page Park, traversing a So Cal Edison right-of-way for transmission towers. This route ends approximately 1.25 miles to the south and east at Felton Lane. Marked 'Bike Route' signs are posted at both ends of this path - one continues south along Felton (south-east end), the other north/south along Vail Avenue (north end).

Consider this a circuit route - long enough to do round-robin turns for a workout. The path itself is on a slight grade - anticline (south)/incline (north) - just enough to perform a bit of gear-shifting for leg work.

The short length is suggestive of a good pre-work/post-work exercise route, or for exercise during inclement weather. However, ardent cyclists will likely find this path uninspiring.

The path itself is well-maintained - likely as much a result of light usage (for cycling purposes). Light standards are in place and illuminate the path at night, with the notable exception of areas/sections north of Graham Ave., and south of Rockefeller Ln. If using the illuminated portions at night, use caution at ALL path/road intersections. I DO NOT RECOMMEND night usage of non-illuminated portions of this route. In particular, the White Circle portion is non-illuminated and does not receive ambient light from the surroundings.

CONS: Short length; traverses residential area with narrow blocks - results in many intersection crossings.
PROS: Well maintained; Morning or early afternoon post-workout refreshment is available on the northern side of Dale Page Park. Outdoor seating is provided.

The northern end of the bike route at Vail Ave & White Cir:
https://goo.gl/maps/C4Rf1VKbUJb8K1JR6

Southern end of White Circle at north end of Dale Page Park (park is behind the storefronts):
https://goo.gl/maps/dNavzUArzqmVFcEN9

Start of actual bike path, south end of Dale Page Park:
https://goo.gl/maps/6hDkG89oVAyaJuAn9

Mid route perspective from Ruhland Avenue of ascent/descent profile:
https://goo.gl/maps/Yb6Lxw39geCgZqoG7

The southern end of the bike path at Felton Lane:
https://goo.gl/maps/vfZ1xSzZ7jPJNJ6o9

For the image links, use your cursor to highlight the link, then use a right click of your mouse to open in a new window.

 

Warnings

Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

Please also be considerate and mindful of the interests of local residents when parking and following routes.

Route Profile

Use our Route Profile tool to explore the elevation profile for this route. Find the highest point, the steepest secton and the longest climb!

Local Weather

Get the latest weather forecast for the City of Redondo Beach area...

Comments (0)

Do you have any feedback or information to share about this route? Post your comments here...

Your comment has been flagged for review due to possible spam.
Load more

Event Route Maps

Need a route map for your event? Create a smarter map with plotaroute.com

Search for Accommodation

Do you need somewhere to stay near City of Redondo Beach? Search over 1 million hotels, B&B's and other accomodation on Booking.com.

Booking.com
plotaroute.com
Map
Plot a Route
Find a Route
My Routes
More