Long Beach bike ride
The Inaugural Tour de Pier was held in May 2013 at the iconic Manhattan Beach Pier and raised more than $339,000 for local charities.
From the soccer field, to the race track, Olympians, pro-athletes and celebrities from various sports and entertainment fields ban together to help create awareness and find a cure for cancer at the 3rd Annual Tour de Pier held on Sunday, May 17 at the iconic Manhattan Beach Pier.
The bike tour starts at Trace Fukuhara’s Pacific Wind Arts Sculpture Garden.
Explore some of Long Beach’s best kept secret urban gardens in the north, central and downtown neighborhoods.
Empact, a grassroots bicycle advocacy group sponsored by the California Endowment, is organizing a slow paced bicycle tour of community gardens and farms in Long Beach.
Although some 4th of July celebrations started as early as yesterday, there are still plenty of opportunities to get out, enjoy the summer and see fireworks. In fact, in addition to today’s events there will be July Fourth parties continuing through Friday and Saturday.
On Sunday, December 16, Bixby Knolls Kidical Mass will feature its “Canned Food Ride.” Participants are encouraged to bring canned goods that will be donated to the Long Beach Rescue Mission.
The 2-mile ride will start and finish at Georgie’s Place (3850 Atlantic Avenue) at 1:00pm.
Pedego Electric Bikes marked their first vendor booth at the Wings, Wheels & Rotors Expo in Los Alamitos, California, October 28. The shop’s owners, Beth Black and Brian Ballard, made a splash at the expo as they introduced their new store to attendees.
Kidical Mass Bixby Knolls rides again this Sunday, June 17. As a Father’s Day ride everyone is encouraged to wear a necktie!
Kidical Mass was a big hit on May 20 drawing over 300 kids to the inaugural ride. This will be a monthly ride with a new theme each month and will feature a Bixby Knolls business as a host.