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Rides

Announcing the return of monthly group rides.

Each month we will explore a new area of the westside. Rides will vary in destinations and lengths, from family rides under 6 miles to longer, slightly more adventurous rides. Join us each Second Sunday for a new adventure.

Rides will start at Equator Coffees at the Culver City E Line Station (8900 Venice Blvd. #105, Los Angeles, CA 90232 MAP). Most will end there as well.

Walk ‘n Rollers BOGO: Buy one adult beverage and get a child’s beverage for FREE (Culver City location only. Before the ride only. Some restrictions may apply.)

Please arrive by 9:45 and be ready to roll by 10:00

For all rides: Please bring a bike in good working order, helmet and water. Waivers will be required. Helmets are required for riding. (NOTE: this is not a Learn to Ride class. You must be able to ride your bike continuously for at least 30 minutes.) Please fill out a form for EACH rider attending.

Second Sundays Schedule:

October 9: CicLAvia Join us as we ride to the greatest open streets event in L.A. The DTLA route is CicLAvia’s biggest and best. Explore South L.A., the 6th Street Bridge, Little Tokyo, Chinatown and all points in between. Note this ride will end at the Grand Park Hub and is not a round trip ride.

November 13: Culver City Park Tour and Scavenger Hunt. Help us find the lost pumpkins from Halloween on this family-friendly adventure! Register on Eventbrite

December 3 Bonus Ride: Tour de Donut + fundraiser Join us on this 35+ mile ride as we visit the best donuts Los Angeles has to offer. Details TBD

December 11
January 8
February 12
March 12
April 9

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Previous Rides

Historical Bike Ride of Culver City
Sunday, May 22
10 a.m. – 12 pm
(meet at 9:30 and be ready to roll at 10)
Culver City City Hall, 9770 Culver Blvd., Culver City 90232 – MAP
Help us have a safe ride. Please register in advance:

Join Walk ‘n Rollers and the Culver City Historical Society for a fun, family-friendly tour of the Heart of Screenland – by bike! The small town is full of colorful cinema history, and so much more. We’ll roll through downtown and visit such fun sites as:

  • Culver Studios and their famous Rainbow!
  • Culver Hotel, where you’ll about where the Munchkins stayed (yes, THOSE Munchkins!)
  • The Kirk Douglas Theatre – part of the Center Theatre group, this revamped movie theatre is not to be missed
  • Helms Bakery Building where bread was made for the athletes during the 1932 Olympics and is an icon at the East end of Culver City
  • Culver Studios/Amazon studios. This is where your favorite TV shows and films were made beginning in the 20s and new content is being created today

And now Culver City is home to the new generation of entertainment. HBO Max, Apple, Amazon Studios, Sony Animation, Warner Media and (coming soon) Technicolor are all making Culver City their West Coast homes.

Help us have a safe ride. Please register in advance – REGISTRATION