Mulholland drive is the place where Holliwood star system settled. This video starts in the Holliwood hills near the iconic sign, and moves across the ridge in direction West, passing Beverly Glen and Bel Air. On the way back we ride downhill the Franklin canyon, coming back to the ridge after an excursion in Trousdale estates, before ending near the Holliwood sign.
This video features a large portion of Santa Monica mountains. We start in Malibu and initially follow the Pacific highway in direction West. Then turn right, taking the climb of Yerba Buena drive, and descend back to the coast through the breathtaking Pacific view drive. After a short loop along the coast, we climb back the Pacific view drive and continue along the Little Sycamore canyon road. Next, we join the Mulholland highway, which takes us back once more to the coast. After a short flat section, we climb Dekker road to join again Mullholland highway. This time we follow it towards East, can come down the Latigo canyon road. The last climb of the ride is the Coral canyon road, and from the top we ride back the same way, ending at the Malibu lagoon.
This video is filmed in St. Gabriel mountains, East of Los Angeles. Crystal lake is a popular restoration area, full of camp grounds. The day before filming there was a heavy snow fall so the highest peaks are mostly white, as well as the last portion of the access road. From Azusa we ride the St. Gabriel canyon roads. Shortly after Falling Springs we take the narrower road on the right at the bifurcation to Crystal lake. On the way back, at the St. Gabriel reservoir we turn left for the Burro canyon and the Graveyard canyon. Shortly before Bridge to nowhere we turn right and climb the Glendora mountain road, to join the Glendora ridge road, which takes us down to Glendora.
This huge video rides entirely through the St Gabriel mountains, from West to East and back. We start in Tujunga and follow the Big Tujunga canyon road until the bifurcation with Angeles Forest highway. We continue to Hidden Springs, and turn right following the Upper Big Tujunga canyon road to join the Angeles Crest Highway. We follow this great scenic road all the way across the St. Gabriel mountains to Big Pines. We turn back riding the same way for longm and eventually we take the left for the climb to Mount Wilson observatory. After a short loop we return to the Angeles Crest Highway, ending our journey in La Cañada Flintridge.