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Two upcoming virtual updates on LA River Path Project

Learn the latest news on the LA River Path project, a walking and biking path that closes the eight-mile gap in the path between the Elysian Valley and the city of Maywood.

Saturday, November 13, 10 a.m. to Noon
Link: us02web.zoom.us/j/83191453227
Phone: 669.900.6833
Webinar ID: 831 9145 3227

Wednesday, November 17, 5:30 p.m. to  7:30 p.m. 
Link: us02web.zoom.us/j/81107408213
Phone: 888.788.0099 (toll free)
Webinar ID: 811 0740 8213


Institute of Contemporary Art - Vaginal Davis Style LA Bike Tour

Discover the city through the lens and memory of artist Vaginal Davis — an iconic cultural figure whose work, rooted in performance, adopts notions of freakiness to dismantle cultural norms around gender, sexuality, and race. In collaboration with Davis, ICA LA will have a free ‘zine featuring several bike/walk routes accompanied by an audio playlist with recordings of the artist describing neighborhoods where she would bike, perform, and play in her years in Los Angeles. The ride is approximately 7.5 miles long with several stops. Check-in and exhibition tour at 1pm. Ride promptly at 2pm.

Metro to host Virtual Workshop on Gender Action Plan

Metro will host a live, virtual workshop on Tuesday, November 16, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to share updates on the Gender Action Plan (GAP), a plan currently in progress based on the recommendations from the 2019 Understanding How Women Travel (UHWT) study.

The UHWT study was the first step in Metro’s process to better understand and better serve the needs and preferences of women riders. The GAP will recommend specific actions to improve the travel experiences on our system for people who identify as women. The GAP is being crafted to identify immediate opportunities and long-term actions that will support gender equity goals for Metro.

Join online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84002131497?pwd=UG5wak5wQWE0eTRMdnJodVlwL2pRUT09

By phone: +1 (669) 900-6833

Meeting ID: 840 0213 1497

Passcode: 090870


CoMotion LA 2021

CoMotion LA returns November 16-18, 2021 for its most impactful and exciting gathering ever. This fifth edition is a fully in-person gathering in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles — with a revolutionary virtual platform. It brings together the most influential leaders of the Mobility Revolution to explore, collaborate, learn, make deals, and share ideas.

Join us for our workshop: Shrink the Sprawl - Why E-Bikes Increase Accessibility for All on Thursday, November 18th at 10:30am

Use our special offer code LACBC20 for 20% off passes!


CicLAvia Street Skills: Rules of the Road (South LA) - In Person Class

Sat, November 13, 2021

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

We will teach you the rules of the road, how to plan your route, and provide tips and tricks to make bicycling for everyday travel safe and convenient. From what to wear to bicycling etiquette, we’ve got you covered! Participants will receive a FREE helmet and a set of bike lights!


Check out the bike safety and maintenance classes plus group rides being held the rest of this month. Sign up for Rules of the Road plus other free classes below.


New Intersections Ride!


Reflecting on the Past, Hoping for the Future: Climate Change Demands Us to Act Now

The mostly undeveloped land known as Griffith Park offers a glimpse into prehistory through the striking story its geology tells (if you know where to look). The park is celebrating its 125th Anniversary this year, and this 16.4 mile ride offers a chance to explore the many iconic features of the park without dealing with the similarly iconic traffic, especially during special events and on the weekends.

Learn more and get the route below!




Exposition Bike Path (Northvale Segment)

LADOT is working to construct a new bikeway north of I-10 between Motor Ave and Overland Ave. Learn more as well as other news for your neighborhood in our infrastructure & policy blog.


Acknowledging Victims of Traffic Violence

Scooter rider in critical condition after hit-and-run

The 55-year-old victim, who remains hospitalized, was struck around 10:40 a.m. while riding a scooter headed north on Hooper Avenue near the intersection with 48th Place. According to LAPD, the driver of a Honda Civic made an “unsafe left turn” and hit the rider on the scooter.

The driver has since come forward and was arrested.


LACBC Holiday Party Save the Date: December 9th, 2021

Join us Thursday, December 9 for another year of (virtual) gathering, fun and prizes! More information coming soon...


Did we miss something?

Send us your LA County bike-related updates and events, and we'll include them in the next newsletter (two weeks form now).

Email info@la-bike.org


Los Angeles Bicycle Coalition, PO Box 17733, Long Beach, CA 90807
213.629.2142. |  info@la-bike.org

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