More of Our E-Bike Fleet in Action!
Thank you to Councilmember Nithya Raman and the CD4 team for joining us at the beginning of the month for an e-bike audit of their council district. A big thanks to Himiway for our e-bike fleet!
UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Self-Guided Summer Family Friendly Rides
We're adding to last year's rides that are 12 miles and under you can do on your own. Check out our website for the full list!
Metro Bicycle Education Safety Training (BEST) Program Classes
Metro is working with local non-profit bike organizations to help make bicycling safer in Los Angeles by conducting bicycle traffic skills classes and sponsoring community rides countywide. These safety education classes and rides are free to the public.
BICYCLING 101 ONLINE CLASSES:
Bike 1: Back to Basics - In-Person (ActiveSGV)
SATURDAY, JULY 17
9AM - 10:30AM
Rules of the Road for Night Riding - Online (PMJ)
MONDAY, JULY 19
Rules of the Road for Group Riding - Online (PMJ)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21
Bike 2: Rules of the Road - In-Person (ActiveSGV)
SATURDAY, JULY 24
BICYCLING MAINTENANCE ONLINE CLASSES:
How to Replace Your Chain - Online (ActiveSGV)
TUESDAY JULY 20
6PM - 7PM
Flat Repair- Online (ActiveSGV)
THURSDAY, JULY 22
Reparacion de Neumaticos - Clase en liínea - (ActiveSGV)
SABADO, 24 DE JULIO
Adjusting Your Brakes - Online (ActiveSGV)
TUESDAY, JULY 27
6PM - 7PM
Fix-A-Flat - Online (PMJ)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28
Emergency Tools to Carry- Online (ActiveSGV)
THURSDAY, JULY 29
Flat Repair- In-Person (ActiveSGV)
SATURDAY, JULY 31
626 LOVE RIDE - IN-PERSON (ActiveSGV)
SATURDAY, JULY 31
LACBC awarded safety equipment from CDPH
LACBC is pleased to announce that the California Department of Public Health Kids’ Plates program has awarded us with bike helmets and car seats to help reduce childhood unintentional injuries. This program is much needed to keep kids in LA safe and healthy and we are excited to partner up with local organizations to disseminate them.
Volunteer for LACBC
The City of Pico Rivera will be leading a 10 mile community engagement ride to introduce new infrastructure projects in the community. Volunteer with us to be a ride marshall! (Must have own bike.)
July 31, 7:30AM to 11AM
Smith Park in Pico Rivera. If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Learn more about AB371 and its assault on bike share and scooter programs in California.
New COVID-19 vaccination site opens at L Line (Gold) Soto Station in Boyle Heights
Help make L.A. a
great place to bike!
LA COUNTY BIKE MATCH
Help us bring bikes to people in need with #LACountyBikeMatch!
A running and cycling computer to track and share your commuting stats based on Strava Metro.
Support LACBC while securing your bike. When you make a purchase at Seatylock through the link below, a portion of your purchase goes to suppport LACBC!
Thank you to all of you who have supported LACBC by opting to donate a slice of your Lime Ride!
Looking for a new bike bell? Check out Spurcycle's Frankenbell! These bells are made with parts that have surface or finish defects, but don't affect the bell's beautiful ring. 10% of Frankenbell sales willl go to support organizations like LACBC!
Bike Shops Open
During the Pandemic
Supervisor Solis now Metro Board Chair
Solis represents a district that includes areas cut through by highways, including the 710 freeway (which some call a diesel death zone).
LACBC looks forward to working with Supervisor Solis and others on the Metro Board to explore equitable, clean, and active transportation solutions to move Los Angeles.
INFRASTRUCTURE & POLICY UPDATES
State level updates with local implications
We did it! $10 Million E-Bike Affordability Program Included in State Budget
Los Angeles and Regional Updates
San Gabriel Valley - Pasadena
Pasadena residents seek to improve intersections for pedestrian plan
Spectrum news relays the stories of Aiden Tam and Topher Mathers and their experiences at the intersection of Hill Ave and Colorado Blvd. The Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition is working with residents to identify dangerous streets and intersections that need improvement.
Westside Cities - Beverly Hills
You can kiss Beverly Hills Bike Share Goodbye
Make L.A. safer and
more fun to ride!
OF TRAFFIC VIOLENCE
This is a space for Angelenos to remember and honor those who have passed while riding in L.A., for whatever reason. If you would like to share a few words about someone you know that passed away while riding, please click here. We will be sharing a couple of these remembrances in each newsletter.
Unnamed Person, Killed on 6/22/2021. Age Unknown.
A bicyclist was struck around 2:30 am on Melrose at the intersection of Normandie Ave by the driver of a Chevy Camaro traveling eastbound.
The cyclist succumbed to their injuries at the hospital. The driver has not been aprehended. The suspected vehicle is a two-door 2019-2021 white Chevrolet Camara with a black convertible top.
LA City Council Supports Legislation to give Cities More Flexibility in Setting Speed Limits
via LADOT Weekly Brief 7/7/21 -
LA City Council adopted a resolution to support CA State AB 43, which would grant municipalities greater control in setting speed ilmits on city streets. Speed is the primary factor in determining the severity of a crash, and this bill provides cities an opportunity to save hundreds of lives.
Introduced by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Glendale) and accompanying legislators, AB 43 was passed by the California Assembly in May 2021 and is currently in committee prior to receiving a vote by the California Senate.
Send us your LA County bike-related updates and events, and we'll include them in the next newsletter (two weeks form now).
Los Angeles Bicycle Coalition, PO Box 17733, Long Beach, CA 90807
213.629.2142. | email@example.com