Cycling in Los Angeles

About Cycling in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles County Beach Bike Trail is a great place to ride your bike and catch some fresh ocean air. Los Angeles does have a "Bicycle Master Plan" in the works which is trying to increase the number of bike lanes, post signs for cyclists and motorists to see easily, paint the roads to make them more cyclist friendly, and make it safer to cyclists to commute throughout the Greater Los Angeles area.

The West Los Angeles Veloway is a Class 1 bike path which starts at the Northeast corner of the Westwood Federal Building in Los Angeles, and runs South from Wilshire Boulevard along Veteran Avenue's Western sidewalk. The Eastbound (South side) on Ohio Avenue is entirely a Class 2 bike lane between Purdue Ave and Sepulveda Boulevard.

The Arroyo Seco bike path is a short path leading along the Arroyo Seco river basin in Los Angeles and ends in Arroyo Park in South Pasadena.
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