The rides of America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride are indeed more than rides. Bringing together those of all ages, every walk of life, and background, thousands of cyclists peacefully ride together. The rides advocate for increased awareness of cycling issues, and encourage more to choose to ride a bicycle. Cycling together the riders meet others, make new friends and build community where good character and respect for all matters.
Join us for a another amazing ride when America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride next rolls on Friday night, February 23, 2018 . Thousands of our fellow cyclists will joyfully ride together through the streets of the Greater Los Angeles area.
To attend, meet over to the start point of the ride at NE Corner of Wilshire Blvd and Western Ave, Los Angeles, California at 6:30pm, and the ride rolls at 7:29pm. As usual, there will be at least two rest stops along the way, with snacks, and drinks available at Support Vehicles and then we will ride to the usual end point of the ride at Sunset Blvd and Western Ave, Los Angeles, California 90027. Invite your friends and family. Spread the word so others can also ride together with us.
"I had a wonderful time in the bike ride last night
I came in dead last to the Food 4 Less parking lot and I gained a burst of energy when my family and friends were there cheering for me. I've been riding since November and this is the longest distance I've gone and I feel good.
Fall in love again with cycling while riding with thousands of other cyclists and explore the Greater Los Angeles area, and support a world without hate. Additional ride information is available elsewhere on this website LACriticalMass.org
Examples of the rides:
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride exposed riders to the Spirit of the Olympics and the Arts. The riders rolled through Mid City West, passing the Farmers Market, Grove and through Third Street Shopping and Food District, past Peterson Automobile and LA County Museum of Art, through Little Ethiopia, rolling through South LA, past 1984 Olympic sites of LA Swimming Stadium and Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles Convention Center, Staples Center onto Broadway and the sights and night life of Downtown LA, past LA City Hall, Little Tokyo, Japanese American Museum, Go For Broke Monument (in Little Tokyo commemorating Japanese Americans who served in the United States Army during World War II), and the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (the site of a former police car warehouse in L.A.'s Little Tokyo Historic District, renovated by the noted California architect Frank Gehry).
The riders finished their ride rolling out of DTLA through the 3rd Street Tunnel, into Historic Filipinotown, passing by Echo Park and Echo Park Lake, and rolling onto Sunset Blvd with all of its lights, and night life.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride ride thousands of cyclists of all ages rolled through Hancock Park, Mid-Wilshire, Culver City, Palms, Mar Vista, Westwood, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Hollywood.
June 24, 2016, of America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride ride included a significant Orlando Pulse Terror Attack Vigil to honor/ remember and come together for a common cause. We supported that we are all one family and the values of peace and less hate, more love. Thousands of cyclists of all ages rolled onto Hollywood Blvd, past the landmarks along Hollywood Blvd, the Cinerama Dome on Sunset Blvd, and into West Hollywood rolling through the nightlife of the City of West Hollywood.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride thousands of bicyclists of all ages rolled along Wilshire Blvd, past the LaBrea Tar Pit, LACMA, through Little Ethiopia, Village Green, Liemert Park, the Los Angeles Olympic Coliseum, Staples Center, Downtown Los Angeles, MacArthur Park, and along Vermont.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride thousands of bicyclists of all ages rolled through historic Washington Heights, past USC, LA Convention Center, Staples Center, City Hall, through DTLA, two tunnels, and Little Tokyo, stopping at Mariachi Plaza. The ride then rolled into ELA, over two bridges with spectacular views of DTLA, returning to the roaring cheers of Downtown LA visitors, and then through Larchmont Village.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride thousands of bicyclists rolled along Wilshire Blvd, through vibrant downtown Culver City, along the Sawtelle Boulevard corridor (officially named Sawtelle Japantown, a street with Japanese American cultural and historical significance), viewing the fine restaurants and night life of the West LA enclave between Olympic and Santa Monica Boulevards, rolling along the Santa Monica Blvd corridor, passing through the luxurious City of Beverly Hills,and then rolling through the nightlife of the City of West Hollywood.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride the thousands of cyclists from every walk of life, and background rode together exploring the Greater Los Angeles area. Ride highlights include Larchmont Village, Century City, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Dr., and a special stop at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Urban Light exhibit.
America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride rode in celebration of the Holidays. The ride rolled through East Los Angeles, and stopped on the 6th Street bridge (which was demolished this month). Ride highlights include rolling through East LA, Downtown, DTLA, Staples Center, and a stop at an historic crèche where the Riders and Ride Volunteers together sang Feliz Navidad.
November's ride, November 27, 2015, of America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride, thousands of cyclists from every walk of life, and background rode together and during a special stop at the French Consulate the riders extended their wish for a world without hate in a Vigil remembering Nohemi Gonzalez, the other victims of the Paris terror attacks and those from elsewhere around the world. Together with all those around the world the riders stood in condemnation of senseless acts of violence and in support of the universal value of respect for the simple value for human life. Together we supported love. Ride highlights include rolling through Beverly Hills, and Century City.
"These rides are phenomenal! Literally had a smile glued on my face the entire ride. I met many new people & ran into familiar faces from other bike rides & events. Love ya Los Angeles Critical Mass & crew!"
"I had a wonderful time in the bike ride last night
I came in dead last to the Food 4 Less parking lot and I gained a burst of energy when my family and friends were there cheering for me. I've been riding since November (2013) and this is the longest distance I've gone and I feel good.
Future night rides are Friday nights February 23. 2018, March 30, 2018, April 27, 2018, May 25, 2018, June 29, 2018, July 27, 2018, August 31, 2018, September 28, 2018, October 26, 2018, November 30, 2018, and Decemeber 28, 2018. Be certain to save the dates so you, your friends and all the members of your family can join us. Help us spread the word about the rides by sharing a link to our website.
We are developing a Sunday version of the ride for younger aged cyclists; LAKidical Mass in addition to Sunday afternoon ride for all ages; similar to the night ride. Do you want to be a part of our movement; then give. You'll be joining something bigger than yourself. You'll be helping inspire more to choose to cycle and enable offering even more rides. Donations of at least $18.00 encouraged and can be dropped off at the Ride Support Vehicles or gratefully accepted online via Credit Card here on our website at: http://www.lacriticalmass.org/take-action/ Choose to donate here on our website or help so we can continue to inspire even more to choose to cycle: http://www.lacriticalmass.org/take-action/ Thank you for choosing to ride America's Largest Community Bicycle Ride.
Ride Daily, Celebrate Monthly.