The Route: 153 mi, 14740' elevation gain, 70% dirt roads, 10% paved roads, 20% singletrack/no-trail/hike-a-bike. 2-3 days total with one resupply about half way through.
We followed a portion of Tour De Los Padres, a bikepacking route put on for the last few years with a group start around Spring time. They provide a cue sheet but watch out, some of the cues force you to drag your loaded bike completely off-trail up and down some steep, loose hillsides, through washes, and over barbed wired fences. Amazing scenery. Epic riding.