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Pleasanton/Dublin Bike Tour

The Pleasanton/Dublin self-guided bike tour is a ride through the area's history, exceptional shopping, global cuisine, and picturesque outdoor spaces. Ride through the community's bike-friendly streets and on the Iron Horse Trail as you navigate this 17-mile round trip loop. There are plenty of stops - and treats - in store for you along the way!

Click or touch a route segment or featured destination on the map to learn more.

Begin your adventure at…

Pleasanton Farmers’ Market
77 W Angela Street

In town on a Saturday? Visit the Pleasanton Farmers’ Market for a feast of locally grown produce! It’s the perfect way to fuel up for the day ahead.

Ride from Pleasanton Farmers’ Market to Pleasanton Arch and Museum on Main
(0.2 miles, about 1 minute)

1. From the Pleasanton Farmers’ Market, head northeast on Main Street toward Rose Avenue
2. You’ll see the arch at the intersection with Division Street.
3. Turn left onto Division Street.
4. Arrive at the Museum on Main on your right.


Pleasanton Arch
Main Street at Division Street

The Pleasanton Arch is one of California’s few remaining gateway signs. Built in 1932, the arch over Main Street downtown welcomes you to Pleasanton.


Museum on Main
603 Main Street

The Pleasanton Museum on Main is full of fascinating history about the Tri-Valley region. The museum has permanent and temporary exhibits full of culture, history, and art. Learn all about the heritage of the beautiful community that you’ll ride through today!

Ride from Museum on Main to Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen
(0.2 miles, about 1 minute)

1. Exit Museum on Main heading northwest on Division Street toward Peters Avenue.
2. Turn right onto Peters Avenue.
3. Turn right onto St. Mary Street.
4. Arrive at the Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen on your right.


Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen
336 St. Mary Street

Time for a bite! Stop at Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen for a delectable meal. This local eatery is part of the Tri-Valley Beer Trail and has a menu of delicious small plates and full entrees with an artisanal California take on pub fare. Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. weekdays (except for Monday), and 10 a.m. on the weekend.

Ride from Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen to Alameda County Fairgrounds and Emerald Glen Park
(7.1 miles, about 42 minutes)

1. Exit Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen heading west on St. Mary Street toward Peters Avenue.
2. Turn left onto Peters Avenue.
3. Turn right onto Old Bernal Avenue.
4. Turn right onto Bernal Avenue heading west.
5. If stopping at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, turn right toward Road 5 to enter the fair grounds.
6. To continue on to Emerald Glen Park, keep riding west on Bernal Avenue.
7. Turn right onto Valley Avenue.
8. Turn left onto Hopyard Road.
9. Turn right onto Owens Drive.
10. After crossing Willow Road, turn left onto the Iron Horse Trail.
11. After riding under the 580 overpass, turn right onto Hamlet Lane, then make an immediate right toward Arnold Road.
12. Turn left to stay on Arnold Road.
13. Turn right onto Central Pkwy.
14. At the intersection with Tassajara Creek Trail, turn left to enter Emerald Glen Park.


Alameda County Fairgrounds
4501 Pleasanton Avenue

On the weekend you may find events at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Check the website for details, and stop on by if there’s an event on your ride day.


Emerald Glen Park
4201 Central Pkwy.

Emerald Glen Park is a beautiful outdoor space for you to take a break. You can stroll along the walkways or take a breather at the picnic tables. The park is always abuzz with local sports to watch – from the tennis courts to the skate park.

Ride from Emerald Glen Park to San Francisco Premium Outlets and Pacific Pearl
(2.8 miles, about 17 minutes)

1. From Emerald Glen Park, ride southeast toward the intersection of Tassajara Road and Central Pkwy.
2. Turn right onto Tassajara Road, riding south.
3. Turn left onto Dublin Blvd.
4. Turn right onto Fallon Road.
5. Continue onto El Charro Road.
6. Turn left onto Stoneridge Drive/Jack London Blvd. San Francisco Premium Outlets will be on the northeast corner, Pacific Pearl will be on the southwest corner.


Garré Vineyard & Winery
2774 Livermore Outlets Drive

San Francisco Premium Outlets is California’s largest outdoor outlet shopping mall with over 180 iconic brands and designer names at amazing prices.


Pacific Pearl
Corner of Stoneridge Drive and El Charro Road

Pacific Pearl across from San Francisco Premium Outlets is full of international gourmet cuisine. Stop for a bite – but leave some room for your next stop at the Dublin Ulferts Center.

Ride from San Francisco Premium Outlets to Dublin Ulferts Center
(2 miles, about 12 minutes)

1. From the intersection of Stoneridge Drive/Jack London Blvd. and El Charro Road, turn right to head north on El Charro Road.
2. Continue onto Fallon Road.
3. Turn left onto Dublin Blvd.
4. Turn left onto Tassajara Road.
5. Turn right onto Dublin Corporate Way.
6. Bear right onto Glynnis Rose Drive, the Dublin Ulferts Center will be on the left.


Dublin Ulferts Center
4288 Dublin Blvd.

Taste your way around the world at the Dublin Ulferts Center. Brimming with epicurean delights from Afghan to Japanese, foodies can’t miss a stop at this dining hotspot.

Ride from Dublin Ulferts Center to Downtown Pleasanton
(5.5 miles, about 33 minutes)

1. From the Dublin Ulferts Center plaza, head west toward John Monego Court.
2. Turn right onto John Monego Court.
3. Turn left onto Dublin Blvd.
4. At the intersection with Scarlett Drive, turn left onto Iron Horse Regional Trail riding south.
5. Follow the Iron Horse Regional Trail through intersections at Owens Drive, Hacienda Drive, and W. Las Positas Blvd.
6. Follow the Iron Horse Regional Trail as it makes a sharp left.
7. At the intersection with Santa Rita Road, turn right onto Santa Rita Road heading south.
8. Continue south on Main Street.
9. Arrive at Downtown Pleasanton, Main Street Brewery will be on the left.


Finish your day in Downtown Pleasanton where you can enjoy a brew, and a sweet treat.
Main Street Brewery
830 Main Street

Finish your ride in Downtown Pleasanton with a home microbrew at Main Street Brewery – one of the featured stops on the Tri-Valley Beer Trail.


Rita’s Italian Ice
320 St Mary Street

Part of the Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail, Rita’s Italian ice has all kinds of icy sweet treats. Try their classic Italian ice, cream ice, or a tasty swirl.


Meadowlark Dairy
57 Neal Street

Part of the Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail, Meadowlark Dairy is a local favorite revered for its sky-high soft serve swirls. Classic flavors and seasonal specials are always on tap.