May is National Bike Month, and to celebrate, Long Beach is offering virtual and in-person activities for all types of “spokes” people.
Bike shops in Long Beach are seeing an influx of new customers as people spend more time outside.
The Electric Bike Expo 2017 US tour begins in the parking lot of the Convention Center in Downtown Long Beach on February 24, where 140 different pedal-assisted or “eBike” models will be available for the public to test ride on a 25,000-square-foot loop track.
One of Long Beach’s most vocal and well-versed bicycling advocates, Brian Addison, will be honored by the California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike) with the organization’s inaugural Bicycle Dreamer Award on Monday, November 2.
Two local bicycle groups are meeting on Wednesday, July 30 at 7:30PM to discuss how to get more women in Long Beach riding their two-wheeled steeds more often and with more confidence.
Empact Long Beach, a grassroots bicycle advocacy group, has organized a slow-paced bicycle tour of community gardens and farms in the city.
Gfunk is not your Sunday coffee cruise to Seal Beach nor is it a rolling, beer-guzzling extravaganza of BUIs. Gfunk is a heart-pounding and physically challenging stampede through the pot-holed “bike friendly” streets of Long Beach and its neighboring cities.
While attending Virginia Tech, Rob Jones decided in his third year that he would join the Marine Corps Reserve as a combat engineer at Brave Company, 4th Combat Engineer Battilion in Roanoke.
In September 2011, Melissa Balmer launched the Women on Bikes SoCal project, a Long Beach-based website that engaged with its audience through storytelling on female-centric bike issues. Last week at the California Bicycle Coalition’s California by Bike Summit, it was announced that Women on Bikes SoCal is expanding to become the Women on Bikes California initiative with a new website called Pedal Love.
The nostalgic era of drive-in movies may have wrapped up its final scene long ago, but Summer and Music looks to bring back childhood memories with its first-ever Bicycle Drive-In event on Saturday. An outdoor film screening of The Triplets of Belleville will take place after a live concert in the parking lot across the street from Fingerprints Music on Saturday at 6PM.