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Long Beach’s ‘Beach Streets’ Ciclovía Set to Invade DTLB on March 19

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Well, the City of Long Beach will see its second ciclovía on Saturday, March 19—and yes, it will be in Downtown Long Beach for Beach Streets Downtown.

We had lamented that Downtown didn’t score a ciclovía last year when Long Beach’s first Beach Streets was held in Bixby Knolls/North Long Beach. Many, particularly our former editor Brian Addison, felt “the imagery of Downtown paired with its density, attractions, and biking/ped infrastructure, would have better served for the city’s first time in the ciclovía spotlight and led to more ciclovías from here on out with much more ease.”

While the route has yet to be released, we are hoping that this one isn’t ignored (with just two months away and no formal promotion, we’re beginning to fret).

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