The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) works to make all communities in L.A. County healthy, safe, and fun places to ride bikes.

  • Featured event

    Firefly Ball


    The 3rd Annual Awards Gala


    Named out of its timing with the seasonal launch of Operation Firefly, an education and bike light distribution program of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC), the Firefly Ball is a light-filled evening of music, food and drink. Celebrate with us as we honor community members while raising much needed funds for L.A.’s largest, full-service bike advocacy nonprofit—LACBC!

    This annual charity event honors those people in the business community who lead by personal example, longtime grassroots activists who are passionate advocates for bicycling, elected officials who walk on the side of innovation. All champions who work to make L.A. more bike-friendly and support LACBC. This year, we will be honoring:

    • The Ovarian Psycos Cycle Brigade with the Alex Baum Excellence in Advocacy Award

    • Culver City Councilmember Meghan Sahli-Wells with the Innovator Award

    • The Walt Disney Company with the Passionate Pedal Award

    We are looking to the generosity of the public and of business leaders like you who want to see Los Angeles turn into a city that rivals the most bike-friendly cities for their transportation innovation.

    Reserve your ticket below by Monday, October 24th (new deadline). Please direct questions to

    The 2016 Firefly Ball Committee is:

    Shanon Muir, Chair | Daniella Alcedo | Eric Bruins | Jim Pocrass | Elizabeth Ann John | Michelle Weiner | Tamika Butler

    Thank you to our sponsors!

    Frame Sponsor: Joshua Cohen, Los Angeles Bicycle Attorney

    Cranks Sponsor: Walt Disney Company

    Hub Sponsors: Carrie Ungerman & Arthur Pinchev | Helms Bakery | Herbie Huff & Shannon Docherty | Kelly Perigoe & Tamika Butler | Shanon Muir | Pocrass & De Los Reyes | Southern California Association of Governments | The Culver Studios | Tish & Greg Laemmle

    October 27, 2016 at 6pm
    The Reserve
    650 S Spring St
    Los Angeles, CA 90014
    United States
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    $200.00 USD ·

  • Featured event

    Gold Line & Coffee Grinds



    Ride Description:
    This ride is a 16 mile loop that starts at the Highland Park Gold Line Station and stops at The Wheelhouse in the Arts District before heading back to Highland Park.
    Our friends at The Wheelhouse will be offering a 10% discount on coffee and merchandise. They will also be offering a Coffee Sampler: shot of coffee, shot of espresso, shot of cold brew!
    Some neighborhoods we'll be passing through on this ride: Highland Park, Montecito Heights, Lincoln Heights, the Arts District, Downtown Los Angeles, Cypress Park and Mount Washington. We will make a few stops to introduce some instagram-worthy LA gems such as the Debs Park, 1st Street Bridge, the Art's District and Grand Park. There are a handful of small hills on an otherwise flat and fun route.
    Ride Mileage: 15.7 Miles
    Difficulty: Easy-Moderate

    Ride with GPS Route here

    What to bring: water, snacks, money for coffee & food, spare tubes, pump

    Weather Policy: Heavy rain cancels or postpones the ride, but light rain or drizzle and the ride will go one!

    Meet at 9:30 a.m. Roll at 10:00 a.m.
    Sunday Funday Rides are free and open to LACBC members plus one guest. Interested in becoming a member? Sign up for membership online (or become a member at the ride!)
    Taking pictures and video? Use these hashtags:

     @lacbc @thewheelhousela #bikeLA #sundayfunday #thisismywheelhouse

    November 06, 2016 at 9:30am
    Highland Park Metro Station
    203 N Ave 58
    Los Angeles, CA 90042
    United States
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  • Featured event

    Ask an Officer


    Join us for a conversation with LAPD, CHP, L.A. County Sheriff's Department and bicycle collision attorney Jim Pocrass about traffic laws, walking, and bicycling in LA. Presented by LACBC, Pocrass & de Los Reyes, Los Angeles Walks, and the L.A. Vision Zero Alliance we'll discuss what are some of the new laws we need to know and issues of concern for people walking and biking in LA today? What about Vision Zero and the enforcement components? Each panelist will share their perspective to start the conversation and will be followed by Q&A with the audience.

    Attendance is free and open to all.  Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served before the panel discussion begins.


    • Jim Pocrass Esq. - Pocrass & de Los Reyes LLP
    • Officer Andrew Cullen - Los Angeles Police Department, Traffic Coordination Section
    • Officer Leland Tang - California Highway Patrol, West Valley Area
    • Sgt. Robert Hill - Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department


    6:30 pm - Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments

    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm - Panel discussion


    Bicycle parking - free bike valet will be provided by LACBC

    Metro stations - Pershing Square, 7th St. & Metro Center

    Automobile parking - street parking and off-street lots. 



    November 14, 2016 at 6:30pm
    634 S Spring St
    Edison Room (first floor)
    Los Angeles, CA 90014
    United States
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