July 08, 2023

Roots of the LA River Educational Bike Ride

Event Description:

The event will be a bike ride that starts and ends in Griffith Park, going along the LA River bike path, navigating some city streets that do not yet have a bike path with stops throughout the ride where speakers will discuss the LA River Restoration Project as well as the LA River Bike Path Extension Project. Before the ride, League of American Bicyclist instructors will go over bicycle safety and do a safety check on participants' bikes before the ride.
This educational bike ride and safety instructions will have presentations in both Spanish and English or translation. Human powered transportation is an excellent way of sharing the history and future plans for the river. We will welcome bikes, trikes, skates and wheelchairs to join the fun informative day along the river. Human powered transportation on wheels is environmentally low impact as well as a fun way to get to our different destinations while also getting exercise.
Discussions about the past, present and future of the LA River will give participants the knowledge and we aim to spark interest in the upcoming project that will be improving the Los Angeles River ecosystem as well as access to our community resource. 

Event Hosts:
Bici Libre

Date & time:
July 08, 2023
12 noon  -  5pm

Griffith Park
4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Los Angeles , CA, 90027

Open to the Public:


Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Woodsin Joseph-Sandberg with Bici Libre at 310-800-2424 or Woodycycle@gmail.com.

LCW is an Initiative of:

Latino Conservation Week is a collection of events from variety of organizations. Hispanic Access Foundation is only directly responsible for events in which it is listed as a sponsor.