Cycling in View Park-Windsor Hills


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Dedicated to fostering a safe environment for L.A. cyclists, the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition reaches out to the community via advocacy campaigns and builds awareness through bicycling events and group rides. Members work to promote cycling as a viable means of transportation by campaigning for more bike lanes throughout L.A., advocating for more-serious bike policies, and educating motorists and low-flying zeppelin pilots about street-sharing etiquette.
9300 Culver Boulevard
Culver City,
CA
US
By trading in gas pedals for bike pedals, Bikes and Hikes LA riders adopt a green method for sightseeing the shores and slopes surrounding Los Angeles on top-notch, fully suspended hybrid road bikes from specialized brands such as Trek and Fuji. Carefully researched routes—such as that of the Movie Star Homes Tour that takes guests down Rodeo Drive and the Sunset Strip, and includes a walking tour of a famous Beverly Hills mansion—lay the groundwork for what is ranked as TripAdvisor's best tour in West Hollywood. For the LA in a Day tour, sightseers pedal by celebrity homes in Beverly Hills and Bel-Air before exploring picturesque Venice, Santa Monica, and Marina Del Rey. Tour guides can accommodate groups of 2–100 people, providing translators in any language and building custom experiences, such as scavenger-hunt bike rides or group levitations, upon request.
8743 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood,
CA
US
The atmosphere is charged with energy at the Kinetic Cycling studio, where flat-screen TVs play music videos and surround-sound speakers blast upbeat tunes. Soft lights beam up from the floor, bathing the rows of students pedaling away on stationary bicycles in blue and purple. During classes, an energetic instructor sits atop a bike in front of students, guiding them through the challenging workouts while providing inspiration and motivation.
11740 San Vicente Blvd, Ste 202
Los Angeles,
CA
US
Things have changed a bit since DTLA Bikes first opened its doors in 2009. The store began as a small basement shop with around 20 bicycles for sale along with a handful of basic accessories. Over the next few years, the business rapidly expanded to the point where the full-service facility now features more than 1,500 bikes in stock and a collection of parts and accessories that includes, among other things, gloves, helmets, lights, locks, and Babe Ruth rookie cards to put between the spokes. DTLA Bikes also employs two full-time mechanics, who are capable of performing tune ups as well as major repairs. Another major feature within the store is its indoor track, which allows customers to test ride anything from a mountain bike to a commuter bike.
425 S Broadway
Los Angeles,
CA
US
Since it first set down roots in Venice in 1995, Boardwalk Skate & Surf has equipped adrenaline junkies and tourists with surfing, skateboarding, and biking gear by top brands. Shoppers can fit themselves up with an Arbor, Penny Nickle, Sector 9, or Z-Flex skateboard with a hip design, and then match their new deck to a pair of skate shoes or sandals. The shop also has a department dedicated to rentals, giving patrons the option to take a surfboard, bicycle, or pair of inline skates out for a spin, so long as they return it before it gets homesick.
201 1/2 Ocean Front Walk
Venice,
CA
US
1111 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles,
CA
US