Invites Angelenos to its’
2nd Annual LA Bike Fest
LA’s Pedal-Powered Fundraising Celebration
Bringing together cyclists from daily commuters to weekend warriors
& everyone in between!
Saturday, October 7, 2023; 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
LA Bike Fest is BikeLA’s (formerly Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition) 2nd Annual Fundraiser and Celebration of bike-minded people from daily commuters to weekend warriors and everyone in between. A Pedal-Powered Party where attendees are encouraged to ride to and from LA Bike Fest via the healthiest, happiest, most sustainable, and equitable transportation available – THE BICYCLE. Taking place on Saturday, October 7 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Highland Park Brewery, a hop, skip and roll from the Chinatown Metro station, the event is open to all ages, but you must be 21+ to be served beer. The $25 per person ticket (purchased in advance; $35 at the door if capacity allows) includes free bike valet (along with minor bike repairs), one beer or non-alcoholic drink, a commemorative BikeLA bandana, music, 360°photo booth, an online silent auction, and a fully supported group bike ride to the venue.
Join fellow BikeLA supporters, local chapter members, elected officials, with the shared desire to transform Los Angeles into a better place to live and bicycle. In addition, BikeLA’s 2023 Spoke Award Honorees will be honored during LA Bike Fest: Laura Friedman, Assemblymember, 44th District, a leading advocate for making California a more bikeable region for everyone; Sunset4All, a community-led vision to create 3.2 miles of pedestrian improvements, protected bike lanes, safer access to schools, transit upgrades, and more; and Tafarai Bayne, Chief Strategist, CicLAvia, a Los Angeles native who has worked on urban development and planning issues for 23 years, emphasizing the dynamics impacting working-class communities. Bike LA’s honorees are passionate, dedicated, and collaborative in making Los Angeles a more bikeable region for everyone.
Highland Park Brewery will have a bar in a designated area where additional beer can be purchased as well as offering a special menu (including a vegan option) available for purchase. This year’s silent auction will be online this year. For those who can’t make it to the event but want to show support, can still bid on a wide variety of awesome auction items. The auction is set to tentatively launch on September 29th. Visit https://www.la-bike.org.
Ticket proceeds and additional donations help raise crucial funds to support BikeLA’ advocacy and programming to make Los Angeles more bikeable for everyone.
Getting to LA Bike Fest
- This year BikeLA is offering a fully supported group bike ride to the celebration. The group will roll-out from the Santa Monica/Vermont Metro Station in East Hollywood at 9:15 am sharp and join a non-drop feeder ride along the Sunset4All corridor to LA Bike Fest, where we’ll be honoring the Sunset4All project for their dedication to one day soon transforming Sunset Boulevard into a safer place to shop, dine and travel. Sign up to join the free group ride when purchasing tickets.
- Coming from a different direction or on a different schedule? We highly encourage you to ride to and from LA Bike Fest via the healthiest, happiest, most sustainable, and equitable transportation available – THE BICYCLE.
- Sometimes people need to drive their car. Street parking is available, but please be mindful of street signs.
LA BIKE FEST Details
Where: Highland Park Brewery, 1220 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (free bike valet)
When: Saturday, October 7, 2023; 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Tickets: $25 per person for ages 5 and up
More Information & Tickets: – https://www.la-bike.org
BikeLA is a membership-based nonprofit organization that works to make all communities in Los Angeles County healthy, safe, and fun places to ride a bike through advocacy, education, and outreach. BikeLA envisions LA County that is a great place for every day, year-round bicycling. People live in healthier, more vibrant communities, where the air is cleaner, and streets are both quieter and safer for everyone. More women, families and children ride their bikes, and appreciate opportunities to enjoy their neighborhoods and their city. All people, of varying cultures and backgrounds, can ride their bikes everywhere, safely, and conveniently.
Photos – BikeLA