Spring/Summer 2019 Edition: Best Places To Bike in Los Angeles & Where To Stop Along the Way

Bike in Los Angeles

Bikes and Los Angeles have a love relationship. Yes, speaking of the favorable conditions, LA is perfect for bike riding, it has a splendid weather, city is almost flat and you have bountiful of places to ride. But the back side is that the roads are filled with stressful traffic. However, you do have bike lanes to help you enjoy bike riding in Los Angeles and have a picnic along too.

Below here are some entirely traffic free, car-free and places where there is light traffic.

Cogswell Dam

This is a secret location about which not a lot of people know. Decked up in the San Gabriel Mountains, it is an absolutely stunning 7.5 mile long trail. Reach the Dam via Highway 39 and the Devils Canyon Dam Truck Trail is the most beautiful riding trail in Southern California. Shaded by mountains, trees, the road provides a relaxed and easy slop ride to the riders. You can stop by to enjoy on picnic tables available in the road, motivating you to stop and eat for some time.

Ballona Creek Bike Path

Trailing between Culver City and Playa Del Rey, this place lets you enjoy Angelenos ride of 7.4 miles directly to the beach. Though the first mile is slightly bumpy, but the road at Duquesne Avenue is a real treat. If you are going in the noon, then you may experience headwind. However, you will come across Drinking fountains in the pathway.

Marvin Braude/ Pacific Coast Bike Route

Experience paradise on earth while riding your bike along the Pacific coast! The Marvin Braude Coastal pathway is 22 miles of sheer beach amazement. Starting from Will Rogers State beach in Pacific Palisades and Torrance Beach, the trails gives you and exemplifying Southern California experience. You have lot of amenities at regular intervals. Enjoy the food and drinks and move on along the path.

The Rose Bowl

Though not quite scenic, you do have a good company when biking at Rose Bowl. The 3 mile loop includes golf course, stadium and parking lots. The loop is sloped and rider practice both going uphill and downside. You have runners, walkers, drinking fountains and bathroom near stadium to sit back and relax.

Various River Paths

If you want ride far without any trouble then river paths is a great option. Use mens cruiser bike with gears through the long stretch and lengthy routes passing through swaths of Los Angeles. The Arroyo Sec Path in the northeast of Los Angeles is a great shot option to ride.

Griffith Park

Surely the best urban park, the Griffith Park offers you all type of riding. Ride the best women’s bicycle for a relaxed easy spin of the park along the Zoo Drive or Crystal Springs Drive. The park has several hills and the most famous is Mount Hollywood. Take a stay and check out the observatory in the park.

These are some of the best places of 2019 edition to enjoy bike riding in Los Angeles. 

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