Bike Oakland & Alameda: Twixt the airports n Tween the ferry stations (Amtrack/BART bonus stations)
From YouTube Channel: August 25, 2020 at 06:00AM
ONN – 2020-07-21: 34.6 mile, 369 ft, ride to make up for my calf-muscle failed ride https://youtu.be/sfhBHgfGjPg between the 3 ferry stations: Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal on Bay Farm Island, the Alameda Main St Ferry, and the Oakland Jack London Square ferry. This time a slightly less expedient start taking Avenal Ave, Havenscourt Blvd, 66th Ave, to the MLK Regional Shoreline/SF Bay Trail down to Doolittle Dr and the path that splits twixt the 2 Oakland airports to Bay Farm Island and Harbor Bay pkwy for the first station, continuing around to the bike bridge to Alameda Island staying on Shore Line Dr and 8th st to Central Ave which turns into Main St up to the 2nd ferry station. No wondering around in the construction this time, straight to Stargell Ave and around to check that the harrowing Posey Tube bike/ped path is still closed (it is) so over to Atlantic Ave et. al. along the north side of Alameda to the Park St bridge. Embarcadero and a quick jaunt through the Brooklyn Basin development (and the old 9th Ave station), Embarcadero over the bridge to Embarcadero W, through Jack London Square (and on the Amtrak platform) to Clay St and past the ferry station. 2nd St, 3rd St, and up through the West Oakland BART station, Mandela Pkwy to 14th St on in to run tween the 12th St & 19th St BART stations on Broadway over to Jackson to run past the Lake Merritt BART, and over the 10th St bridge to E 10th St/E 8th St/E 12th St, around a encampment fire cleanup, and on past the Fruitvale BART station and on to 54th Ave, Intl Blvd, 55th Ave on home.
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