Here are the three routes for Bike Palo Alto 2016, both google map link and a PDF file that you can download for each route.
Downtown Palo Alto, Menlo Park and Evergreen Park route. This route takes you on the first Bike Boulevard in the country to downtown where there will be a Bike & Roll Expo and Transportation fair at City Hall; first stop. You will then continue to a bridge over San Francisquito creek to Burgess Park in Menlo Park where you will be treated to blender bike smoothies! You will return over a different bridge next to Palo Alto’s name sake at El Palo Alto Park. Making your way to the Homer tunnel, the finial stop is at Mollie Stone’s for a treat before returning via the Cal Ave. tunnel and back to El Carmelo School.
Art Center, Baylands and Mitchell Park route. This route starts of the same as the one above but then turns right at North California ave to the first stop at the Art Center where the glass pumpkins will be on sale. Experience Palo Alto’s first cycle track as you make your way by Jordan School. From the Art Center you will follow Channing to Edgewood Plaza where blender bike smoothies will quench your thirst. From there you will go over 101 and head out to the Baylands if you choose. The route then continues with the wind down east Bayshore bike trail to the Adobe undercrossing of 101. From here you will find your way past the Magic Bridge playground to the third stop at Mitchell Park. From there it is a short ride back to El Carmelo School.
Monroe Park, Alos Altos, Barron Park route. Heading south from El Carmelo School you will make your way to Wiliki Way and over a nice bike bridge to the first stop across from Monroe Park. From here you will be guided to a secret passage to Los Altos Ave that will lead you to the Sweet Shop for a sample of their frozen yogurt. Winding on some more bike paths you will find yourself at Gunn High School where you will enjoy the Bol Park Bike path that will take you to the third stop in the park. Continuing from there you will find your way to Hanover street as you head north to Collage Terrace with a view of the Hover tower. Turning right on Stanford ave you will head towards Mollie Stone’s for a final stop before heading back to El Carmelo School via the California ave tunnel.