SANTA ANA RIVER BICYCLE TRAIL

Go from the hills to the beach when you bike the Santa Ana River Trail

SANTA ANA RIVER TRAIL

SART Official Community Website

 

What’s New on the Santa Ana River Trail

BREAKING NEWS – New California Bicycle Laws January 01, 2019

AB 1755 — Bicycle Hit-and-Run on Bike Paths
Hit-and-run laws will be expanded to include bicyclists on bike paths. That means, if a bicyclist hits a person, resulting in a death or injury, the bicyclist must stay at the scene. The bicyclist can be held accountable, CHP said.

Remember, when you ride a bicycle on a street or the Santa Ana River Bicycle Trail, in the State of California, your bicycle is considered a motor vehicle. You are not a pedestrian.
   
READ THE SANTA ANA RIVER TRAIL BLOG AND SART FORUM TO FIND THE LATEST INFORMATION.
 

 

Friends of the Santa Ana River Trail

Friends of the Santa Ana River Trail is a volunteer community group involved in Bicycle safety education, eco-friendly preservation and recreational multi-use of the Santa Ana River Trail system. Also, known as the Santa Ana River Bikeway, Santa Ana Bicycle Path and SART. Our goal is to encourage a high quality, family oriented trail system that blends an attractive mix of recreational amenities, neighborhood green space, and local cultural heritage allowing people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the pleasures of the Santa Ana River Trail in a fun and safe environment.

As Santa Ana River Trail advocates our community oriented goal has three main parts: 1) to enhance public safety of the Santa Ana River Trail through public education and volunteer community watch; 2) to encourage the socio-economic recreational use of the Santa Ana River Trail as a conduit for connecting local communities, neighborhoods, families, friends and workplaces together; and 3) to act as the Santa Ana River Trail Mediator resolving trail use disputes, complaints, and injury.

The Santa Ana River Trail spans over 120 miles through Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The trail is one of the largest non-motorized social boulevards in the United States. It is utilized by school kids, workers, walkers, runners, bicyclists, horse riders, bird watchers and its parks and open spaces are social gathering places for kids, families and communities.

Santa Ana River Bicycle Trail Blogs

  • Santa Ana River Trail 200k
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    Jan

    Santa Ana River Trail 200k

    Santa Ana River Trail 200k Date: Saturday Jan 12th. 2019 Must be a current RUSA member to ride i...

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    Jan

    New California Laws For Bicyclists

    New California Laws effective January 01, 2019 for Bicycles AB 1755 -- Bicycle Hit-and-Run on Bik...

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    Apr

    California Bicycle Accident Lawyer

    California Bicycle Accident Lawyer If you have been involved in a bicycle accident, it is important...

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