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Bakersfield to Ventura

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 297.75 miles / 479.2 km
  • Ride Time: 4-6 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $22.63
  • State: California
Submitted by:
dtaylor7770

This ride is an exciting ride that will take you through the coastal mountain ranges of Central California and down into lush farmland, tunnels, coastal forest. The ride destination is Ventura Ca. Take the Main St. exit when on the N. 101 and head toward the old town. Be sure to take a walk in Cannon Park and go see the giant fig tree from Australia (also in Cannon park). This area is really busy and parking can be difficult at times. Go planning to relax and spend a few hours on the bike followed by an hour or two having lunch and walking around.
Take the 126 back if you want a straight shot home and catch the 5 North. This even unto itself is an interesting aspect of riding.
Pack smart on this ride. You will entering and exiting a wide variety of altitudes, and regional weather areas. Bring sun block, lip balm, wet weather gear and have a jacket ready, it can get cold in the mountain passes.

This is a motorcycle ride in the state of California. This motorcycle route has 12 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by dtaylor7770 in October. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by dtaylor7770

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Ride Scenery:

Historic SitesBeachesOceanUrban/ResidentialParksFall ColorsForestMountainsRuralRiverFarm LandPlains

Best Time to Go

Spring, Summer, Fall

Road Characteristics:

Straight RoadSweeping Curves RoadTwisty RoadRolling HillsLight TrafficSmoothAdequate Gas StationsAdequate

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