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Take the LA Rivers Challenge with WarnerMedia FitNation and the Clean Air Club!

WarnerMedia FitNation and the Clean Air Club are proud to be a Presenting Sponsor of The LA Rivers Challenge. Join The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition's month-long virtual challenge as a member of the WarnerMedia family free of charge by using this special promotional code. Do something  good for you and good for Los Angeles as you return to post pandemic outdoor activities!

WarnerMedia discount code: WMCHALLENGE

To help you engage in the challenge, FitNation and the Clean Air Club have partnered with LACBC to design special routes all over the county to get your miles in, and test your fitness. Use these routes as a baseline for tackling the challenge or devise your own routes to reach the mileage goals! While you're at it, help fundraise for LACBC to help make our streets safer for everyone  and for the chance to win one of five brand new bicycles or several other walking and running prize packages!

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East LA/Pasadena

This loop starts at the East LA Civic Center and takes riders through parts of East LA and up the Arroyo Seco into Pasadena before heading back to the starting point.

 

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Valley Loop

Starting at the Burbank Town Center, this loop follows the Orange Line around the valley and returns with views of the Verdugo Mountains.

 

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Central/South LA

Starting at Grand Park in DTLA, this loop heads West to K-Town and then turns South to Compton before turning around and returning to Downtown.  

 

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Beach Cities

This loop that starts in Redondo Beach and takes you up the coast and then inland around Culver City before hopping onto the Ballona Creek Path before taking you back to the start. 

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Long Beach

This loop begins near the Long Beach Museum of Art and takes riders along both the San Gabriel and LA Rivers as you tour a variety of different infrastructure all throughout the city.