Historic Bike Tour

Rancho Cucamonga has a rich history rooted in its rural past as a citrus and wine producing region. By printing the Historic Bike Tour brochure and accompanying maps you can take self-guided tours which highlight some of Rancho Cucamonga's historic homes, wineries, and interesting sites. The three tours, which all start at City parks, form loops of varying length. These are not a maps of existing bikeways; rather, a suggested tour route  of historic sites.

Most of the City's designated historic landmarks are privately owned. Please respect the homes and property of your fellow residents while admiring what they represent to our community's heritage.

Bicycling is not only fun and good exercise, it is also a new way to experience the historic and cultural resources of our community. Have fun, ride safely, and learn more about Rancho Cucamonga's history.

Alta Loma
  • Demens-Tolstoy House (c.1890) 9686 Hillside
  • Cherbak House (c. 1921) 9983 Hillside
  • Schowalter House (c. 1913) 5495 Hermosa
  • Schowalter Rock Pile (c. 1913) North side of Hillside, east of Hermosa
  • Thorpe House (c. 1916) 9588 Wilson
  • G.P. Ledig House (c. 1898) 5767 Hellman
  • Warren/Thorpe House (c. 1877) 6112 Hellman
  • Goerlitz House (c. 1902) 6156 Hellman
  • Alta Loma School (c. 1921) 9480 19th
  • Alta Loma Honor Roll (c. 1942) 6623 Amethyst
  • Ledig House (c. 1895) 9404 La Vine
  • Alta Loma Heights Citrus Association Packing House (c. 1914) 7125 Amethyst
  • Henry Albert Building (c. 1920s) 7136 Amethyst
  • Alta Loma Fire Hall (c. 1938) 7152 Amethyst
  • Roth's Store/Post Office (c. 1915) 7157 Amethyst
  • Roberds House (c. 1910) 7201 Amethyst
  • Charles Stoebe House (c. 1895) 6710 Beryl
Cucamonga
  • Emery House (c. 1908) 7403 Archibald
  • Cucamonga Rock Church (c. 1909) 7960 Archibald
  • Garrett & Company Winery (c. 1910) 10470 Foothill
  • Nosenzo/Smiderle House (c. 1890) 8068 Archibald
  • Cucamonga Chinatown Site (c. 1920)
  • Thomas Bros. Winery (c. 1839) 8916 Foothill
  • Casa de Rancho Cucamonga (c. 1860) 8810
Etiwanda
  • Johnston House (c. 1888) 6998 Etiwanda
  • Etiwanda Metate (c. unknown) 6925 Etiwanda
  • Stegmeier House (c. 1908) 7050 Etiwanda
  • Etiwanda Railway Station (c. 1915) 7089 Etiwanda
  • Fisher House (c. 1895) 7165 Etiwanda
  • Etiwanda Congregational Church (c. 1902) 7126 Etiwanda
  • Chaffey-Garcia House (c. 1874) 7150 Etiwanda