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Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton (MCB CAMPEN) Bike Route

Effective Feb 1, 2016 civilian cyclists will need to request access to Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton (MCB CAMPEN) bike route in advance by filling out the official Bike Route Access Form.

Get Complete information regarding MCB CAMPEN bike route access.

Please note that riding through Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is a privilege not a right. Please behave accordingly: Obey all traffic laws and instructions from base personnel. Ride in an organized paceline and do not spread out into the traffic lane. Finally, watch out for tanks.

Typical Mileage: 47 miles[/fusion_text]