A New Breed

The Trek Soho Deluxe isn’t your average two-wheeler

Route Tracker: Where We Are With Bike-Sharing in Los Angeles

The largest private bike-sharing program in the country just launched in the Arts District. Los Angeles County’s public program is moving along, too

Shifting Gears on the Santa Monica

Whether you’re in the dirt, on the road, in the know, or just plain green

River Wild Breathes New Life Into the L.A. River

This Sunday, bike or walk to the pop-up festival, a celebration of the Los Angeles River and its relevance as a public space

Mountain Mecca

Crisscross 1,000-year-old trails carved out by the Chumash tribe

Canyon Way

A cold war relic guides you to a secluded valley

CicLAvia Rolls Out Its 2014 Events

Angelenos can count on navigating three of the organization’s car-free soirees over the course of the year—be it via walking, biking, or Google mapping an alternate route

A New Downtown Bike Share Program May be in the Works

But turning L.A. into a city for two-wheelers isn’t as easy as handing out bikes