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Top 5 advanced rides in the the Dominican Republic
Map of the top bike rides in the Dominican Republic
1) Constanza to San Jose de Ocoa. 85km
This takes 2 days and there is no place to get water or food en route. You pass no one, except in the middle at the army barracks in Valle Nuevo. (Good place to camp if you can.) By far the most breathtaking views in the Country are along this road. It is very cold at night in Valle Nuevo, so you need to pack warm clothes. Very difficult ride.
2) Jarabacoa to Constanza. 60km
A very big climb starts this route, and there is no water or food along the way. There are local homes where you can offer RD$50 for a plate of food, but you should have your own drinking water. Very difficult ride.
3) Gaspar Hernandez to Moca on the old road. 68 km
When it is dry, this is an area you can spend weeks exploring. There are hidden waterfalls and small villages. Ask at Iguana Mama for more information. Extremely difficult ride.
4) Rocky MF. 14km
Plenty of fun single track in one of the newest nationally protected areas in the country. 50RD$ entry fee at the park.
5) El Choco Loco. 40km
This ride offers big rolling hills and beautiful views on a 3 hour ride. A great chance to get in to the Country if you don't have much time. You can always ride it, rain or shine. Get free map at Iguana Mama.
Top 5 easy/intermediate rides
1) Cibao Vally 3000 ft Downhill Cruise. 40 km
An exhilarating 40 km of downhill riding. You will need to get dropped off at the top (unless you want to ride up). Take the road from Sabaneta de Yasica through Jamao towards Moca the top. There are some cool off-road loops.
2) Jarabacoa Waterfall Loop.
This ride starts at Salto(waterfall) Baiguate and you can ride to Salto Jimenoa. It is fun and takes 3 hours.
3) Jamao River Loop. 23 km
Start at El Choro in Jamao el Norte, and cross the river to follow the trail. Always take right turns when the road forks.
4) Rio San Juan to Playa Grande. 23 km
This ride offers nice rolling hills on paved road. Head out of Rio San Juan going east on the North Coast road. Watch for a small road forking to the left and signs for Playa Grande before a large hill after about 20 km.
5) Playa Rincon from Las Galeras (Samana Peninsula). 30km round trip
This is a beautiful ride with one of the Country's most beautiful beaches at the end of the road, so bring your suit and towel. They sell fresh fish at the beach.There are hundreds of great rides not mentioned here.
***IMPORTANT: Remember that routes can change due to hurricanes and rain storms. For example, after Hurricane Georges, you could not drive a car over the road from Constanza to San Jose de Ocoa. This is why it is such a great ride now. If they fix the road, it will not be as good of a mountain bike ride, but don't worry they never fix the roads.
Parts and Repairs
There are bike shops in all major cities and small 'repuestos' (repair shops) in almost every town. All parts and bikes are imported, so expect to pay a higher price than you would in the United States, Canada or Europe. Labor, however, is cheaper. Be aware that only a few shops have mechanics trained in higher-end bikes.