Experiencing the Harding Truck Trail

The Harding Truck trail begins at the end of Modjeska Canyon Road in Silverado, CA. This is one of the many doubletrack fire roads in the northern part of Cleveland National Forest that is easily accessible with any mountain or gravel bike.

The Doubletrack Trail in the Cleveland National Forest

Near Maple Springs in the eastern area off of Santiago Canyon Road, The Harding Truck trail begins at the end of Modjeska Canyon Road in Silverado, CA. It’s a steep climb to Four Corners where it meets up with Main Divide Road about 3000 feet above the parking lot.

This is one of the many doubletrack fire roads in the northern part of Cleveland National Forest that is easily accessible with any mountain or gravel bike. Hardtails work well on these roads, being lightweight and inexpensive, so just about anyone can get out and explore this area without too much expertise. More advanced riders have plenty of route options as well with singletrack trails branching out through the hills.

Thanks to Rock N’ Road Irvine for supplying the demo bikes for explore on. (ask for Justin Macias).

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