Join us for a day of bike fun, outdoor connection, and local history! This group ride is named after the LA River - Paayme Paxaayt is the name given to this temperamental life force by the Tongva/Kizh/Gabrielino people - the original inhabitants of the Los Angeles area.
This 30 mile ride starts in Griffith Park and heads west to Lake Balboa/Anthony Beilenson Park before turning back around and heading back. There will be a few pit stops along the way, with a longer lunch stop at the turnaround point. Please make sure to buy a lunch ticket for $15 and LACBC will provide lunch for you. Folks are also more than welcome to pack their own lunch or purchase something along the way.
This ride will provide folks a chance to make it a shorter ride by hopping on the Orange Line or Red Line after the halfway point.
Please make sure to register all participants. Spaces are limited so register today!
Participants will be expected to bring a working bike, enough water for the ride, spare tubes and a repair kit.
A special thanks to Fat Tire for sponsoring our original scouting and content creation for this ride in June of last year!
Looking for more routes that feature educational content? Check out our series of self-guided rides, which include longer routes (12-20 miles) and shorter family-friendly routes (3-12 miles).
Please make sure to register all participants. Registration is free, but if you'd like LACBC to provide lunch, please purchase a $15 lunch ticket. Participants are also more than welcome to bring their own lunch or buy something along the way.