My brother Mark and I went for a bicycle trail ride this morning. We rode on the Alameda Creek Regional Trail in Fremont, California. The trail hugs the banks of Alameda Creek as it winds for 11 miles from eastern Fremont to the shores of the San Francisco Bay.

We rode the entire length of the trail, twice. We started at the eastern trail head, rode to the western end of the trail on the shore of San Francisco Bay, and then turned around and rode along the same path to return to the eastern end of the trail.

This was our second bike ride on this trail. We both enjoy this trail because there are no interruptions for traffic signals, stop signs, or pedestrian crossings. For the entire 11 miles of trail, you don’t have to stop if you don’t want to. I’m sure we’ll be back to ride this trail again soon.