511 is a great resource for bicycling information in Southern California.
Here you'll find bike maps, information on how to take your bike on public transit, bike safety, bicyclist resources and more.
Beverly Hills Bike Share
The Beverly Hills Bike Share program was launched on May 10, 2016. The system has 50 smart bikes and several stations throughout the City. Riders can use the ’Social Bicycles’ smartphone app (download from the app store) or www.BeverlyHillsBikeShare.com website to sign-up, find available bikes and docking stations, and reserve bikes. The Beverly Hills Bike Share system will be compatible with the bike share system in the Cities of West Hollywood and Santa Monica and future adjacent jurisdictions.
Long Beach Bike Share
Long Beach Bike Share now has over 60 hubs and 400 bikes. To sign up for a membership or find the nearest bike near you, click here.
Metro Bike Share
The Metro Bike Share system features hundreds of bikes available 24/7, 365 days a year in Downtown Los Angeles. Station locations were selected based on proximity to community resources, employment centers, bike infrastructure and transit in consultation with partner agencies, institutions, community groups and stakeholders.
Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, a map of the Bike Share system, and of course Metro Bikes! System-wide, there are about twice as many "dock points", or bike parking spots, as there are Metro Bikes. This helps make finding an available dock point easier when arriving at your destination. You must be 16 or older to ride a Metro Bike. Scroll down to learn more.
Santa Monica Bike Share
Bike share is an important component in the City's overall strategy to offer sustainable vehicle trip alternatives that reduce congestion and greenhouse gas emissions while improving mobility, community health, and the overall quality of life in Santa Monica. Breeze provides a new active transportation alternative for short hops around Santa Monica to local destinations, bus stops and soon the City's three Expo Light Rail stations. You can join the thousands of Breeze riders by registering for "pay-as-you-go" (10¢/minute), monthly, or annual membership rates at www.breezebikeshare.com
The City of West Hollywood launched its bike share program, WeHo Pedals, in August 2016. A convenient, fast, and affordable service that makes public bicycles available for shared use on a short- term basis, WeHo Pedals provides another transportation option around town and helps promote healthy lifestyles through sustainable transportation for West Hollywood residents, workers, and visitors.