Happy Birthday Valley Bikery Ride

The Bikery is one year old, and we’re celebrating with an…

Urban Expeditions Beginner Bike Ride!

Starting at CSUN
(Darby and Nordhoff parking lot)

there will be cake :)

meet at 12:00
ride at 12:30

is a slow-paced, social, fun, relaxing ride for cyclists of all levels.
CSUN students are especially encouraged to come out, even if you’ve
never ventured off campus on your bike before!

What to
Bring: A bicycle in good running order, water, and a snack. If under 18
you must wear a helmet and be escorted by a parent or guardian.
Children under age 9 should be on a tag-a-long, bike trailer, tandem,
or other safe child-carrying device.


The Week in Livable Streets Events

Possibly doing to the religious events, and possibly because this is one of those week’s that span two months, this week is a little slow to start.  But there’s a lot of fun events on Saturday to look forward to, including the birthday party for the Valley Bikery. Monday-Tuesday – Tonight and tomorrow night, the […]

Valley Bikery: The Chocolate Bike Ride

Back by popular demand… “The sweetest ride in the valley.” This will be a family friendly ride and opened to the whole community. Bring family, friends, and neighbors along for a sweet time. Stay tuned for the local bakeries and sweet shops we will be visiting. If interested in helping out on this production contact, […]

Metro Sponsors the Northridge Delis, Desserts and Deliciousness Ride, led by CICLE!

L.A. County Metro Sponsors the Northridge Delis, Desserts and Deliciousness Ride, led by C.I.C.L.E.! Join us to explore these sweet establishments by bike! On Saturday, November 16, through a sponsorship by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), C.I.C.L.E. (Cyclists Inciting Change thru LIVE Exchange), with the Valley Bikery, will lead a community bicycle […]

Pondering Boyle Heights During This Weekend’s Tour de Co-Ops

Bringing together seven different bicycle collectives, the Tour de Co-Ops was a half-day ride that celebrated the “do it yourself” (DIY) spirit of the Los Angeles cycling community. Split up into two separate routes, the ride acted as a fundraiser for the participating volunteer-operated co-operatives. In 2005, Los Angeles didn’t have any store-front bicycle co-ops. The […]