Best Bike Routes(s) from Santa Cruz to San Diego?

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  1. On a somewhat regular basis, we have cyclists who want to know how get to San Luis Obispo, Santa
    Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego and other towns south of Santa Cruz. Since this changes so often due
    to road condition, can anyone point us to those present best roads a cyclist can use to reach the
    southern part of the state? We realize that Hwy One can be used to accomplish most of this but what
    roads does one use to get around San Luis Obsipo, Santa Barbara, and LA to reach San Diego?

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    "Cycle America/Nat. Bicycle Greenway" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On a somewhat regular basis, we have cyclists who want to know how get to San Luis Obispo, Santa
    > Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego and other towns south of Santa Cruz. Since this changes so often
    > due to road condition, can anyone point us to those present best roads a cyclist can use to reach
    > the southern part of the state? We realize that Hwy One can be used to accomplish most of this but
    > what roads does one use to get around San Luis Obsipo, Santa Barbara, and LA to reach San Diego?
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    > M A R T I N K R I E G : "Awake Again" Author Bent Since '83, Car Free Since '89, Attacking with
    > Love Coma, Paralysis, Clinical Death Survivor '79 & '86 TransAm Vet - Invites you to:
    > http://www.BikeRoute.com/SCNBGFest N A T I O N A L B I C Y C L E G R E E N W A Y
     
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