Welcome to the Culver City Mash Bike Club

The Culver City Mash is an ASB social club that meets every Thursday in Room 3 (ceramics studio). Our club was created to provide a forum for those interested in riding bikes of all types and at all levels. The Culver City Mash is open to all CCHS students. Club meetings include bike safety tips, repair techniques and clinics and group rides on weekends.

There is no membership fee.  For those who attend regularly and pass specific bike safety and skills tests, there is an opportunity to earn a bike as well.


  • Learn to explore Culver City by bike!
  • A different ride each week!
  • All ride levels welcome!

Meet each Friday after school in front of CCHS @ 3:00

Helmets and a signed waiver required for all readers.


Earn-a-Bike Workshops (schedule subject to change)

All workshops are Sundays at Bikerowave, 9-11

  • Feb 21 (tires)
  • March 6 (brakes)
  • April 3 (spokes, wheels)
  • April 17 (wheel building – optional)



VP: Numma

Secretary: Anabel Cardenas

Coordinator: Brett Nava

Event Schedule

Mountain Bike Ride, Saturday, April 30, 8:00a.m.: CANCELLED

Meet in front of CCHS at 8:00

Join the Culver City Mash for an intro to mountain biking session. You’ll learn to explore the outdoors and your bike in a whole new way. Malibu Creek is perfect destination for beginners. It’s flat trails and roads and scenic beauty are deal. Note, there is one hill and one short tecnhical section.  Wear clothes that are comfortable and can get dirty.

CORBA’s Youth Adventures Program will be bringing bikes and gear. No experience necessary! All riders welcome.

Directions to Malibu Creek State Park:
(about 30 miles/45 minutes from CCHS)
405 frwy North to 101 Fry North/West
Exit Las Virgenes Rd and head South (left)
Malibu Creek State Park is 3.5 miles south of the exit. Be prepared for a parking fee. Look for the Youth Adventures trailer in the first lot on the left.


Beach Path Group Ride, Monday, February 12, 11 a.m.

All are welcome. This ride features a stroll down the Ballona Creek Bike Path. Be sure to bring your bike, helmet, water and snacks. Meet in front of CCHS

Bike Tuneup V2, Friday, February 12, 2016, 3-5 p.m.

Bikerowave is opening its doors, just for the Mash!

For those who are in the Earn-a-Bike Program, this is your chance to pick out your bike. But even if you only need to work on your bike, you’ll want to be here. Plus, we’ll have helmets available for those who still need one.

Meet at Bikerowave (12255 Venice Blvd., L.A., CA 90066) and be prepared to get a little dirty.

NOTE: If you are under 18, you will need to bring a signed release form to work at Bikerowave. Download one HERE or from the link below

Bike Tuneup: Saturday,  January 16 2016, 8 -10:30 a.m.

This is an opportunity to get your bike in good rolling condition before our ride. Expect to spend 2+ hours learning basic bike maintenance to get your rig rolling. Meet at Bikerowave (12255 Venice Blvd., L.A., CA 90066) with your bike and helmet and be prepared to get a little dirty. Then we’ll ride to CCHS for the group ride.

NOTE: If you are under 18, you will need to bring a signed release form to work at Bikerowave. Download one HERE or from the link below

Ramen Tour Group Ride, Saturday, January 16, 2016, 11 a.m.

Meet in front of CCHS for our first group ride! We will ride to Little Tokyo (about 12 miles/1.5 hrs), visit a few restaurants and tour around for a little before heading back. Taking the Metro Expo Line back is an option for the return trip.

Bring: a bike in good working order, helmet, lock, water and $$ (snacks are optional at each location), a Metro Tap card (can be purchased at Metro station before we head back).

NOTE: You will need to bring a signed waiver to go on the ride, no exceptions. Download one HERE or from the link below.


For more information, please contact Jim Shanman (founder of Walk ‘n Rollers) or Craig Wisner (CCHS Faculty advisor)

This program is made possible by funding from Sony Pictures Greener Word Grant



Working on a hub at Bikerowave (1/16/16)


Replacing a rear wheel after repairs at Bikerowave workshop (1/16/16)


Dialing in the gearing and shifting at the Bikerowave workshop (1/16/16)


The group before departure on the Ramen Tour Ride (1/16/16)


Bikes locked. Let’s eat! (1/16/16)


Nothing like some ramen and sushi after a fun ride to little Tokyo (1/16/16)


Getting that wheel back in sometimes is not as easy as it would seem at the Bikerowave workshop (1/16/16)


Chillin” on the Expo train ride back.