Biking

Biking

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Join us for the first CicLAvia of 2019! On March 3rd Culver City, Mar Vista and Palms will host the country’s largest open streets event! Streets will be closed to cars and open for cyclists, pedestrians, runners and skaters to use as a recreational space.
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Metro Bike Share Grand Park
With dozens of Metro Bike Share Stations located in Downtown Los Angeles, it's now easier than ever to explore Chinatown, the Civic Center, Little Tokyo and the Arts District by bike.
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Griffith Park at sunset   |  Photo: Joshua Johnson
See Los Angeles in a whole new light with these seven incredible mountain bike rides.
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Picnic near Crystal Springs Drive in Griffith Park   |  Photo:  Tuan Lee
Griffith Park is one of the most beloved public spaces in Los Angeles. It is vast, beautiful and in many places undeniably wild. On a bicycle, the entire park really opens up for exploration.
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Manhattan Beach The Strand bike
Part Two of our guide to biking the Strand begins at Playa del Rey, travels through the Beach Cities of the South Bay (Manhattan, Hermosa, Redondo) and ends at Torrance Beach.
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Venice Beach at sunset | Photo: Eric Demarcq, Discover Los Angeles Flickr Pool
This two-part guide follows the route of the Marvin Braude Bike Trail from its northern end at Will Rogers State Beach near Pacific Palisades and travels south to Torrance Beach.
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CicLAvia: Heart of LA bicyclists at the Million Dollar Theatre on Broadway
Celebrating UCLA's Centennial and presented by Metro, CicLAvia: Heart of LA is taking place on Sunday, October 6. Streets in Downtown LA, Chinatown, Westlake and Boyle Heights will be closed to cars and open for cyclists, pedestrians, runners and skaters to use as a recreational space.
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On Sunday, Sept. 21, celebrate World Car Free Day across Los Angeles, from bike tours to a scavenger hunt and a 5K run at Dodger Stadium.
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Los Angeles biking events are a fun way to meet new people and get some great exercise. Most accommodate all skill levels, while some are kid-friendly as well.
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