Upcoming Free Open Street Events in Southern California

The spring brings flowers in bloom and bicyclists on carfree streets; this year our spring season has many open street events that you can participate in.

San Gabriel Valley – 626 Golden Streets – March 26th 9:00 am

626 Golden Streets is an open streets event sponsored by Metro. Walk, Run, Skate, Bike and Explore the (626), 18+ miles of open streets linking 6 Foothill Gold Line stations and 7 San Gabriel Valley cities from South Pasadena to Azusa on 6.26 Day. Register HERE

SoCalCross will have omnium CX races until 1:00 pm at the Irwindale Hub:
626CX City Cross Omnium Schedule **Do 1, 2 or all 3 events.  Register at: www.SoCalCross.org

Event Details HERE
Map HERE

Los Angeles – CicLAvia Culver City to Venice – March 26 9:00 am

Culver City to the Sea is the best of the best routes. Come see us at the Culver City hub and join us for the family ride to kick off the event at 9:00 a.m. Free bike helmets too!
Event Details HERE
Map HERE

Long Beach – Beach Streets Grand Prix View – March 28 11:30 am

Don’t miss your chance to see the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach race track just like the drivers do, on the very course itself! The City of Long Beach in cooperation with the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach invite you to ride a bike, glide on in-line skates, walk or job while experiencing the turns, tire tracks and sights all at your own pace! The 1.5 mile, 6-turn circuit encircles the Long Beach Convention Center and runs down scenic Shoreline Drive and Seaside Way.
Event Flyer HERE

CicLAvia
CicLAvia 2016

Garden Grove – Open Streets Re: Imagine – April 01 3:00 pm

This year, the route travels from West Street to Garden Grove Boulevard and Acacia Parkway. An After Party will continue on Historic Main Street, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Plans are in the works for a fun, interactive event, where pedestrians and cyclists can explore a car-free Garden Grove. The event will include a 2.5-mile route for biking and walking that will demonstrate options for active transportation enhancements in the community. It will also feature a zip line, rock climbing wall, 4-D interactive chalk art, food trucks, prizes, and more! At 6:00 p.m., Historic Main Street will light up with a live band, beer garden, and strolling performers.
Event Details HERE
Map HERE

Santa Barbara – Open Streets Carpinteria – April 01 9:00 am

The streets will once again become a public park for the day and transformed into a celebration of people-power to promote better health, flexibility and fun! A mile of car-free space for people of all ages and abilities to play and exercise in!
Event Details HERE
Map HERE

Long Beach – Beach Streets University – April 29 11:00 am

For a single day, the City of Long Beach closes a major traffic corridor to cars and open the street to people walking and bicycling. The event attracts local residents & visitors from across the region to explore & discover the area at a slower “foot-traffic” pace. Previous Beach Streets events have attracted more than 40,000 people! Streets closed to traffic are Atherton St., Bellflower Blvd., Los Coyotes Diagonal, and Spring St. and are labeled in orange on the map.
Event Details HERE
Map HERE

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