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Upcoming Events & Activities

Metro Bike Share 101

Spend Earth Day with us learning about the power of e-bikes with Power Up: Intro to Electric Bikes

When: Friday April 22, 6PM to 7:30PM

Where: Online

Coffee Walks with Sunset4all

Join the Sunset4all team as they continue their Coffee Walks Series. You'll get to hear the latest updates of this infrastructure project and aid in coalition-building with the local businesses.

Meet them this Saturday, April 23 at 10AM at Cafe Tropical and again next Saturday, April 30 again at 10AM at Valerio Family Bake Shop.

Commerce x Climate Resolve Community Ride

Commerce residents and friends! Join for an in-person class that will practice cycling etiquette and safe riding with a group of beginning cyclists. 

When: Saturday, April 23 at 10am

Where: Commerce City Hall

Earth Week Community Ride

Join LACBC & Metro Bike Share for a family-friendly, springtime ride to celebrate Earth Week!

When: Saturday, April 30 from 1PM-2:30PM

Where: Metro Bike Share Station - North Hollywood


News for Your Neighborhood

New Build Coming to Pacoima

The funding is in for a new pedestrian/bicycle bridge and path as part of improvements to the Pacoima Wash. Read about this new development and more in the latest Infrastructure & Policy Blog.



Bike Month is Approaching!

Vote for the ride you want to take

We've offered up some popular self-guided routes from the last couple of years and we'd like you to choose which one will be done as an in person group ride for Bike Month! 


Need a remote activity? Try Run Across May

Similar to last years LA Rivers Challenge, Run Across May put on by the WORK organization began as an in person event. They have since transitioned to a virtual challenge that allows any and everyone to participate (don't let the "run" discourage you). 

WORK’s mission is to accompany families in Haiti out of poverty through good, dignified jobs. This year marks their third annual Run Across May (RAM) virtual event where participants take on a challenge of 200 miles or 200 reps of any activity of their choice from May 1st-May 31st. From running to cycling to squats, the options are endless! Aside from committing to your 200 challenge across May, participants are encouraged to raise a minimum of $200.


One month left to collect signatures to hold LA leadership accountable. Mobility Plan 2035 has plans for added bike infrastructure, but only about 3% has been implemented and we are 7 years into the plan. We must add a ballot measure to increase the work being done to create safer, healthier streets for LA.


Acknowledging Victims of Traffic Violence + Those Who've Contributed to the Cycling World

Last Saturday, April 16th, in Griffith Park, Andrew Jelmert, a bicyclist leaving an AIDS LifeCycle training ride, was killed in a hit and run crash. This death and its circumstances are chilling and infuriating. Read our full statement as well as calls to action to make Griffith Park safer for all of us.

We understand every crash can bring up memories of our own experiences or those of loved ones who have been hurt or were killed. We also recognize some cyclists remain unnamed in the news, the story of their lives unshared. We invite anyone who feels compelled to send in a few words about someone you know that passed away while riding, to please share in this form.


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