March 2, 2015
My impression on Bonelli Park is "variety." It has a bit of everything. Tight single tracks, rock gardens, descents, rolling hills, trees, fast straightaways, etc. However, none of these features last long enough to really become enjoyable. The good thing is that the trail network is fairly developed and you can design your ride to cater to your riding needs. Given the right trails, the ride can be semi-technical OR be smooth and easy rolling for beginners.
Another interesting thing that I've found is the differing terrain on the north and southern ends. The southern end is dryer, looser, and rockier, similar to that of Sycamore Canyon in Riverside. As you approach the northern end, there are more trees and the path becomes more dirt than sand similar to Marshall Canyon.
Overall a good spot for a quick rides, exploring, or to bring a beginner with you.