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Pedego Electric Bike Tour

July 15, 2022

The easiest (and most fun!) way to tour the neighborhood 

Gorgeous year-round weather, stunning architecture, and impressive scenery make a bike tour one of the most enjoyable things to do in La Jolla. Renting an electric bike from Pedego Electric Bikes La Jolla is the best way to traverse the hilly landscape. With the extra power boost from your bike, you won’t have to struggle up hillsides and end up a sweaty mess at every stop. You’ll have a pleasant ride from start to finish. 

Let us suggest a La Jolla bike tour that stops by a few of the best local sights and landmarks:

Starting from Pedego Electric Bikes La Jolla, located in the charming district known as Bird Rock, you’ll be weaving a path northward. First stop is La Jolla Hermosa Park, offering gorgeous views of the coast and the high-end homes perched on the bluffs. Follow Camino de la Costa until you reach La Canada Street and turn right.

After a few blocks, you’ll come across the La Jolla Bike Path – turn left to continue to take this path northward. As you pedal, you’ll pass thick vegetation, palm trees, and rugged hillsides. At some point, you’ll cross a small bridge, which affords eye-catching views all the way out to the ocean. As the path goes up a steep hill, you’ll be glad you opted for an electric bike! As you continue, you’ll see landmarks like the quirky Rosemont Trading Post and Starkey Mini Park, offering a shady place to rest.

 The La Jolla Bike Path will eventually spit you out onto Nautilus Street. Turn left and follow this street until you hit Windansea Beach, home to the famous surf shack landmark. Stop for a while to enjoy awe-inspiring sea panoramas and explore the tide pools further north. When you’re done, head back via Nautilus and continue up La Jolla Boulevard. Eventually you’ll hit Coast Boulevard. La Jolla Tide Pools will be on your left, and Cuvier Park will be to your right.

Bike along Coast Boulevard to see some of the top La Jolla attractions, including Seal Rock, Children’s Pool, Shell Beach, Ellen Browning Scripps Park, and finally, La Jolla Cove. 

If you have any energy left, you could head about a mile north to La Jolla Shores Beach, a top spot for watersports. If not, Prospect Ave turns into La Jolla Boulevard, which will take you right back down to Pedego to return your bikes.