Join us March 16th for our 3rd Annual Walk More Bike More Festival + Fundraiser.

Our 12th Anniversary Celebration promises to be bigger and better than ever!

When: Saturday, March 16, 2024
Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: Main Street, Culver City (GPS 3849 Main St, Culver City, CA 90232)
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Our annual fundraiser celebrates safety and mobility. Join us for a family-fun filled day with bike skills, free bike helmets, bike registration, arts and books, group ride and so much more!

Last year we raised over $10,000. This year, we are aiming to raise $20,000 to support for our Adopt-a-Bike program.

Plus we are auctioning off a Prevelo Alpha Five Bike , bike rack from Hollywood Racks, bike gear, gift cards and lots more. 

Join the online auction HERE!

JUST ADDED: Garage Sale for new and used bikes and bike gear at great prices.

Have a bike to sell? Donate it and sell it on consignment! If your bike is unused, in ridable shape but needs a new home, bring it with you and we’ll sell it for you on consignment.

REGISTER your bike or item HERE

Prize drawing for a HR4000 bike rack, courtesy of Hollywood Racks.

This year, we have something for everyone:

  • FREE Bike Helmets
  • Bike Skills Course

  • FREE on-site bike registration with Culver City PD
  • Group Ride
  • e- Bike Demos by Wombi
  • Wende Museum Art Space
  • Wombi Wagon Rolling DJ
  • Prize Drawings
  • Golden Sneaker Presentations
  • Garage Sale – Buy/Sell new and used bikes and gear
  • Village Well Book Mobile
  • and more!

Golden Sneaker Award

Each year, we honor mobility and sustainability champions with the Golden Sneaker Award for their outstanding efforts to keep our cities moving away from a car-centric society and protecting the environment.

This years Golden Sneaker honorees are David McNeill, Executive Officer, Baldwin Hills Conservancy and Deborah Murphy, founder of LA Walks and Chair of the Los Angeles Pedestrian Advisory Committee.

Meet our Honorees

David McNeill

David McNeill is the Executive Officer of the Baldwin Hills and Urban Watersheds
Conservancy, which operates under the Natural Resources Agency for the State of
California. He oversees the long-term conservation and planned development of open
space and parkland within approximately 70-square miles of Southwest Los Angeles

With over 20 years of real estate, public outreach, and administration experience, Mr.
McNeill has helped re-imagine the outdoor landscape in underserved communities.
Since 2001, he has led a wide range of land acquisition, planning and design efforts
culminating in the creation of community-based pocket parks, citizen science, habitat
restoration, multi-benefit water quality projects, regional recreation facilities, as well as
miles of trails providing access to parkland for the most diverse and densely populated
neighborhoods in the State.

As a founding member of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, and a supporter of
local non-profits, he has been a driving force behind implementing urban environmental
initiatives such as the City of L.A.’s landmark Walking to the Park Report and L.A.
Audubon Society’s Baldwin Hills Greenhouse Internship Program, California’s Access for
All, and LA’s Countywide Parks Needs Assessment. Through his work, Mr. McNeill
strives to bridge community, public and private partnerships to help sustain new park
projects and inspire the next generation of open space stewards.
David is a graduate of Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Speech
Communication and a minor in Human Services. He has served as a member of the
City of Los Angeles Recycled Water Advisory Group, Safe, Clean Water Stakeholder
Advisory Committee, South Coast Air Quality Management District Environmental
Justice Advisory Group, L.A. County Appointee to the Community Advisory Panel for the
Baldwin Hills Community Standards District Overlay Zone, Board of Directors for the
California Invasive Plant Council, and Board of Directors for Nature Nexus Institute.

Deborah Murphy Urban Design + Planning, Principal

Los Angeles Walks, Founder

Deborah founded Deborah Murphy Urban Design + Planning in 2003 to provide leadership and vision in community consensus building, comprehensive city, active transportation, mobility and open space/parks planning and design and pedestrian safety issues for cities and non-profits in Los Angeles. Deborah has facilitated the successful award of over $450 million in grant funds for active transportation, new parks/open space and sustainable cities projects in the past 18 years. In her efforts to make Los Angeles more walkable, she founded a pedestrian advocacy organization, Los Angeles Walks in 1998 and has served as the Chair of the City of Los Angeles Pedestrian Advisory Committee for the past 25 years.

Thank you to our sponsors: