The New Years Day Ride bicycle ride in Long Beach has been a tradition for cyclists over the years looking to ring in the New Year. It starts in Long Beach and cruises south down the PCH, picking up riders along the way expanding into a colorful pack of 400 or so riders. The ride starts off slow and friendly and increases speed near Huntington Beach. The ride continues south to Dana Point, at which point you can double back on PCH or head inland and loop back to the start.
Approximately 90 miles for the entire bike ride
Start Time & Location:
The New Years Day Ride starts in Belmont Shore at Bay Shore Ave & 2nd Street at 7:55 AM. As the ride rolls on, it picks up a group of riders at Long Beach/Alamitos Bay Marina and turns south from 2nd Street onto the PCH at around 8:00 AM.
There is parking at the Marina.
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