About the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) is a nonprofit organization with over 1,500 members that engages cyclists through advocacy, education and outreach across the county. Founded in 1998 by bicycle advocates Joe Linton and Ron Milam, LACBC brings together the diverse bicycling community in a united mission to improve the bicycling environment and quality of life for the entire region.

Despite Los Angeles’ reputation as a car-centric region, LACBC has emerged as one of the most innovative and wide-reaching bicycle advocacy non-profits in the country. We have played a major role in the growing cycling movement here in LA. Our vision is to improve the built environment in Los Angeles, so that all cyclists--low-income, commuter, recreational, families, and women--can safely navigate LA County streets. Through the help of our strong volunteer network, LACBC accomplishes this vision in our campaigns to increase bicycle infrastructure throughout the 88 cities in the County. You can read more details in our Annual Report here.


The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition builds a better, more bike-able Los Angeles by bringing diverse communities together to improve the bicycling environment and quality of life for the whole county.


LACBC envisions a Los Angeles County that is a great place for everyday, 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.


LACBC has formally adopted the following policies.


Meet LACBC's Staff and Board here!




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Webmaster - Carol Feucht
Designer - Alex Amerri
Programmer - Daniel Ahkiam
Project Manager/Staff Liaison - Allison Mannos
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