Who are the LACBC Ride Marshals?
- They come from all walks of life and are all ages.
- These strong individuals are very much in tune with their bicycles.
- They are capable of riding for at least 20 miles and sometimes for as long as 100 miles.
- They possess the ability to help themselves and others in the event of a mechanical malfunction or a flat tire.
- They understand dehydration, fatigue, and how they can affect bicycle riders, plus they know what to do to help them.
- They are great at what they do because they practice.
- They perform crowd control and use their communication skills to be shepherds, and they guide every rider safely from the beginning of the ride to the end.
- Their volunteerism earns them the LACBC membership and these proud members are making L.A. County a healthy, safe, and fun place to ride a bicycle for everyone.
- They are your friends often volunteering for events like Sunday Funday rides and the Los Angeles River Ride where the LACBC ride Ride Marshal team was born.
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Registration for the L. A. River Ride is Closed.
Join us for Ride Marshaling out of the North Hollywood Metro Station on Saturday, August 19th at 6pm.
The ride covers seven miles and will end at North Hollywood Park:
The route is still being finalized, but the total distance for September Sunday Funday ride will be roughly 6 miles from Gilbert Lindsay Park to the Washington Blue Line Station and back.
Meet at 9:30 a.m. and roll out at 10:00 a.m.!
If you're available, please RSVP below.