Redondo Beach Bike Path
The Redondo Beach portion of the bike path runs just from Herondo Street (where the bike path ends in Hermosa Beach) to the pier and continues to Torrance Beach. The North part of the path is on N. Harbor Drive where King Harbor is located. This street can become crowded on weekends and holidays with cars, pedestrians, and other cyclists out enjoying the cool breezes and sunshine on the coast. You will pass by several restaurants located on N. Harbor such as the Cheesecake Factory, Bluewater Grill, Chart House and Ruby's Diner which is next to the Seaside Lagoon - a nice, safe lagoon for little kids to play in all day. Also, the Redondo Beach Pier and beaches bring a lot of traffic to the area.
Redondo Beach Path coming from Harbor Drive to the Pier
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As Harbor Drive makes a hairpin turn left into N. Pacific Avenue. The bike path does not follow this hard left with traffic, instead it continues straight past Capt Kidd's Fish Market and continues on towards International Boardwalk and the Pier. Watch for signs instructing you to walk you bike at the pier.
Bike Parking is widely available on the pier
Bring locks so you can park your bike and take a stroll around the pier. There are many shops where you can purchase souvenirs and places to eat. The Fun Factory arcade is a great place to play some games. You can take a boat ride around the harbor or rent a pedal boat. Or you can catch some great views and enjoy the ocean air on the pier.
Redondo Beach Bike Path Signs
Once past the pier, the path then continues South along Redondo Beach for about 2 miles. There are pretty views of the ocean and sand to enjoy and restrooms along the way. When you see Miramar Park, you will know you are close to Torrance Beach where the Bike Path ends at a Parking Lot at Paseo De La Playa and Paseo De La Concha. You could take side streets to get to Palos Verdes from here or you can turn around from the end of the path and ride back North.
Beach Bike Path South of the Pier
Beach Bike Path at the Pier
Redondo Beach Bike Path Map
The Redondo Beach portion of the bike path can be accessed from many areas along the route. If you park in Hermosa Beach, you can ride down to Redondo or you can park at the Pier where there are many parking structures and self service pay stations. You can also start at Torrance Beach and park there and ride North.
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