Long Beach offers an exciting variety of bike facilities–from 24/7 secure, bicycle parking to dedicated bike lanes and trails. Learn more about how you can incorporate them into your rides.

With the debut of the landmark Shoreline Pedestrian Bike Path in 1988 and the first bicycle-transit center in the U.S. in 1996, Long Beach has long been a pioneer in creating a bike-friendly city.

City leaders and advocates have made great strides in continuing to secure substantial state and federal grant funding to build the infrastructure and support safe and convenient facilities for all types of riders. For its efforts, Long Beach has received the Silver designation as a Bicycle-Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.

Since 2012, efforts to promote safe bicycling have resulted in tripling of the number of people who bike and walk to work. At the same time, Long Beach has enjoyed a 50% increase in overall bike ridership. And with such positive attention from urban planners, legislators, public health and the media, Long Beach is a progressive model for other communities.

Click on the following links to learn more about our various infrastructure: 

BIKESTATION BIKEWAYS BIKE BOULEVARDS BIKE BOXES BIKE PARKING BIKE INFRASTRUCTURE RIDE  LOOP DETECTORS SEPARATED BIKE LANES  SHARROWS TRANSIT HUBS   WAYFINDING IN THE WORKS PLANNING



From the Blog

Spring & Orange Backbone Project

Long Beach Public Works and Development Services are currently conducting outreach for new bicycle facilities on Spring Street and Orange Avenue. The two facilities...

Bike Month 2017

May is Long Beach Bike Month! Throughout the month, there will be events and giveaways to encourage Long Beach residents to incorporate biking into...

2016 Infrastructure-In-Review

The City of Long Beach Public Works Department was busy in 2016 expanding the City’s bike network and implementing traffic calming measures. Now that...