DeAnza College makes a small change for cyclists

Access improved on DeAnza College campus to McClellan Road.

Access improved on DeAnza College campus to McClellan Road.


Back in July 2011, I mentioned on my blog how it would be nice if a small access road from DeAnza campus to McClellan Road could be open for two-wheel vehicles.

Lo and behold, it was done! I noticed it today on my ride. The access point bridges between De Anza College Parkway and McClellan Road, near the Hwy 85 overpass. There’s good visibility both directions.

Cyclists can now use this route as a continuation from the Mary Avenue bike path through Cupertino.

It may have been something the school intended to do well before 2011, but whatever the reason, it’s greatly appreciated.

This access point at DeAnza College and McClellan Road no longer has chains across the path.

This access point at DeAnza College and McClellan Road no longer has chains across the path.

One Response to “DeAnza College makes a small change for cyclists”

  1. Jim Says:

    Ray, I enjoy your posts regarding the conditions of local bike routes and trails. 99.9% of the population wouldn’t understand the significance. Those of us who regularly cycle the routes can appreciate tips on what is open or closed/ridable or not ridable.

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