Hear the latest bicycling information and join the conversation.


Long Beach is a beautiful and interesting city to travel by bike.

With sunny skies and miles of diverse terrain, Long Beach is an ideal place to bicycle. Safe and convenient facilities across the City make cycling fun for families, professional cyclists, and weekend cruisers alike.

If you are an adventurer looking to explore the hidden gems of Long Beach, this page is for you. Choose a route created by our enthusiastic team, or create your own and discover today what makes Long Beach an exciting place for a growing bicycle culture.

 

 

For a map of different bike paths throughout Long Beach, along with bike shop recommendations and riding tips, view this map from the City of Long Beach.

VIEW CITY MAP

Take a historic ride down E 1st Street and the Beach Path below the Bluffs.

4.2 miles. Easy

VIEW THIS RIDE   VIEW ALL RIDES   SUBMIT A RIDE

 Need a bike? We have a list for that. Whether you are looking to buy or rent, our comprehensive list of shops around town can help you get to where you are going.

SHOPS + RENTALS

We’ve gathered our favorite online resources for official maps and trails as well as visitor-contributed maps. Do you know of a helpful site for planning a walking or bicycling trip? Or do you have a bike ride around town that you love to go on? Let us know!

SCHOOL MAPS SUBMIT A RIDE

Even more resources…

www.entryworks.com/pages/maps.html  (Search for routes)

www.entryworks.com/JoTMaps/My_Training_Maps.cfm  (Create a route)

 



From the Blog

Minor Construction Activities on the San Gabriel River Trail

In the coming weeks you may notice cones and warning signs placed on the San Gabriel Bike Path, just south of the...

Beach Path Construction Update

Construction crews will begin Phase II of the Beach Path on January 26th. The existing bike path between the Junipero parking lot and the...

The BLB Blog Biannual Built Bikeway Bulletin

2014 is halfway gone, and Long Beach Public Works has been busy in the first 6 months adding to the city’s bicycle...