WE ARE EVOLVING.
This site will be merging with BicycleCulture.org - the site for the nonprofit that runs LA Bike Trains.
Have no fear! We still have 4 FREE bike trains that anyone can join, to learn, enjoy company and commute together. To answer the overwhelming demand for personal 1:1 instructions, help and other personalized assistance… We’ve got you!
Soon (this week!!) we’ll have an online form where you can submit your request, pay for it – or request a low-income fee waiver. That way we’re helping people the way they most need it – and folks who can afford it will help us continue to help everyone. We all win when we work together. It’s important we stay strong & positive in this new political climate.
We’ve got 10 routes covering 80 miles across Los Angeles. Each route runs 1x per week, on individual schedules. Sign-up for a Bike Train today!
Don’t see a Bike Train in your neighborhood? Complete our Commuter Survey so we know where to expand service!
Why fight traffic when you can enjoy a bike ride with friends? You don’t have to be affiliated with UCLA to help others navigate the west side and benefit from safety in numbers to get to work or school.
Primary conductors, back up and ‘on request’ volunteers needed!
Roll along the Sunset bike lane with new friends, regulars and lots of drop-in riders. Some are experienced, some new to Los Angeles and some have never ridden on a city street before! When you pass conductor training, you’re ready to be a leader in making Silverlake an even better place to live.
7:45 am @ Caffe Vita
4459 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8:15 am @ LA City Hall
200 N Spring Street Los Angeles, CA
Depending on riders joining us at the start or along the route (please RSVP) we will take the beautiful off road bike path – or York – getting into downtown. Pace varies by participation/route – between 40-60 minutes total. This beautiful route is mostly downhill with an impressive variety of nature views and neighborhoods. A little more than half of this route is on sharrows or bike lanes.
Thanks to a grant from GO VERDUGO the Pasadena – DTLA route has become a regular ride! Pick up some free swag (Bike lights!) and learn more about alternative transportation options.
Want to “hop on or hop off” along the route? No problem, just let us know where!
7:50am @ Copa Vida Cafe
70 S. Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA
9:00 am @ Spring for Coffee
548 S. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA
Ride this gorgeous route through the iconic residential neighborhood Hancock Park, the palm tree lined streets of Koreatown, and a few rolling hills before arriving in Downtown LA. FRIDAY only. (6.2 miles)
7:45am @ Coffee + Food
5630 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA
8:30 am @ L.A. Café
639 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA
This serpentine route brings us past bustling LACC, through Koreatown, across posh Hancock Park, down Rimpau and shimmies over to Venice Blvd for the home stretch. A little more than half of this route is on sharrows or bike lanes. THURSDAY only. (10.2 miles)
7:30 am @ Caffe Vita
4459 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
9:00 am @ Culver City
10101 Venice Blvd Los Angeles, CA
Get ready to ride across the city! Quiet streets and spacious bike lanes lead the way with a quick rest break in Culver City. Feel free to join or drop anywhere along the way. You can always take the Expo Line or the #10 Big Blue Bus home. MONDAY only. (14.4 miles)
7:00 am @ Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
3150 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA
9:00 am @ Pershing Square
532 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA
Ride through the heart of Los Angeles on Wilshire Blvd’s Miracle Mile and through beautiful and quaint residential streets. Be prepared to see a lot of the city on this route, but always keeping your eyes on the road too! Wed/Thurs only (8.7 miles)
8:30am @ Yellow House Cafe
234 S Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, CA
9:30 am @ UCLA
19 Charles E Young Dr N, Los Angeles, CA
Ride through the heart of West LA with a straight shot up Westwood Blvd all the way to the home of the UCLA Bruins! Tina has a 13 years of urban cycling experience, making her a good guide for beginners and a great buddy for experienced riders. TUES & THURS only. FRI upon request. (5.2 miles).
8:30 am @ Starbucks
9718 W Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA
9:05 am @ UCLA
650 Charles E Young Dr S, Los Angeles, CA
Highland Park is one of LA’s oldest neighborhoods. On this route you’ll appreciate residential architecture from days past as we ride through Heritage Square, Chinatown, and through the heart of Downtown LA. THURSDAY only. (8.7 miles)
7:00 am @ York Park
York Blvd & Avenue 50
* every last Thursday of the month, meet at Highland Park Gold Line Station.
7:45 am @ Venice Blvd. & Hill St.
Venice Blvd. & Hill St.
Ride into the sunrise through the historic neighborhoods of Eagle Rock and Highland Park before winding along the Arroyo Seco Watershed Bike Trail. The final destination is JPL .Riders are welcome to hop on and off as your commute requires. (14.0 miles)
6:15 am @ Intelligentsia Coffee
3922 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8:00 am @ Jet Propulsion Lab
4800 Oak Grove Dr, Pasadena, CA