Thursday, 9/18, 6-8 p.m.
It’s been way too long since we’ve heard from our CCBC peeps. So stop riding for a bit and join us at Kay ‘n Dave’s in Culver City for a free night of food, fun, laughter and prizes too!
Kay ‘n Dave’s is known as one of the most family-friendly restaurants in town so bring your better half and all the halflings too. Everyone gets a free entree, drink and raffle ticket – on us.
Tacos, salads, conversation and more. We want to see you there!
Kay ‘n Daves, 6341 Culver Blvd., Culver City, 90232 MAP
Ride • Win • Enjoy
Join us this weekend for Theatre in the Park by Bike, Sunday August 3 with Raffle and Tech Tips. Free and Family-Friendly!
Meet us in front of El Marino Language School at 10:00 a.m. and ride with us down the Ballona Creek Bike Path to Farragut Elementary School/CCMS. After we pick up a few riders, we’ll head to Carlson Park for Culver City Public Theatre’s Theatre in the Park productions.
At the park, we’ll have a raffle for a chance to win Conservancy gift cards, Metro Swag Bag, bike lights and more. Anyone who bikes to the park that day is eligible!
After the raffle, Culver City Safe Routes to School Coordinator and League Cycling Instructor Jim Shanman will demonstrate a few bike repair tech tips to help keep your bike rolling all summer long.
Can’t make it to El Marino by 10:15? Join us in front of Farragut Elementary School at Elenda/Farragut at 10:45. Coming from East Culver City? Meet us at the park for your raffle ticket.
For more information, please visit the Culver City SRTS website: www.ccwalkandroll.com
Join the Culver City Walk & Rollers for a monthly Family Bike Ride!
As part of the Culver City Safe Routes to School Program, we’re hosting free monthly bike rides through the streets of Culver City. Each ride starts from a new location and explores various neighborhoods. The goal is to help families become familiar with their community and especially how to connect with Culver City schools.
As part of the Safe Routs to School Program, we want to encourage families to bike and walk to school more often, safely and responsibly. This helps reduce traffic and congestion around the schools, while also helping students gain a little more activity. Biking in a group is a great way to explore neighborhoods and become familiar with various routes and destinations.
Upcoming Rides (all rides meet at 10:00 and roll at 10:15)
- Saturday, July 5: TBD
- Sunday, August 24: Ride with us to Fiesta la Ballona. Meet at El Marino Language School
- Saturday, September 6: Meet at La Ballona Elementary
- Sunday, October 5: CicLAvia Feeder Ride. Meet at Farragut Elementary and ride with us to the Expo Line
- Saturday, November 1. Meet at El Rincon
All rides are lead by experience cycling instructors
Rides meet at 10:00 a.m. are 2-3 miles in distance and last about 2 hours.
Helmets are required for all riders.
For details and updates, please visit: http://www.ccwalkandroll.com/family-rides
It’s that time of year. The time when we find out just how successful our efforts have been. Culver City has asked for CCBC’s help in organizing and planning bike counts this year and we need your help to make it successful. Volunteers will be asked to attend an orientation meeting and commit to at least one time period. Here is the schedule:
Orientation Meeting: Wednesday May 14, 6-7:30 pm
Culver City City Hall,
9770 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Bike Count: Saturday, May 17, 12-2 pm
Bike Count: Tuesday, May 20, 7-9 am; 4-6 pm
Please contact Patrick Murray < Mattapoisett@earthlink.net > with any questions, register for the orientation meeting or to sign up for a shift.
You can also signup for a shift HERE
- Saturday, December 7
- 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
- Culver Hotel
- CCBC Planning Meeting immediately follows at 5:00 p.m.
AB 321 is a state law that allows cities to more easily reduce the speed limit in school zones. Join the CCBC for a discussion on implementing an AB 321 pilot program in Culver City near Linwood E. Howe Elementary School.
We all want safer streets for walkers and bicyclists of all ages. Reducing motor vehicle speeds in school zones to be compatible with high volumes of children walking and biking will reduce traffic incidents and encourage more children to bike and walk to school. This in turn reduces traffic and pollution in our community, creating healthier, more livable neighborhoods.
Join the conversation and learn how a pilot program in Culver City can benefit the whole community:
- Hear the pros and cons of AB 321 and what it takes to make for successful implementation
- Updates on Culver City’s Safe Routes to School activities
- Bicycle safety best practices in and around Culver City
Coastal Clean-Up Day is coming up soon, on Saturday Sept 21, 9am-noon.
Join the largest volunteer day on the planet and clean Ballona Creek with the Culver City Bicycle Coalition, the City of Culver City and Heal the Bay.
For the 3rd year, the Culver City Bicycle Coalition is hosting the clean-up site at Duquesne on the Creek. It’s a great opportunity to reach out to the cycling community to help make our Ballona Creek Path and Watershed thrive.
This year is zero-waste, so bring your own reusable gloves and buckets for collecting trash, and a water bottle to hydrate!
This Sunday’s Family Ride will take us from Downtown Culver City on a loop that will end at Lindberg Park.
When: Sunday, August 11, 2013, 11am
Where: meet at Town Plaza (near Culver Hotel) — we’ll be ending at Lindberg Park in Culver City.
Required: helmets and waivers