CicLAvia welcomes all to the event, and works to make each route accessible to all individuals. CicLAvia utilizes the infrastructure of the city of Los Angeles, so participants can enter or exit anywhere along the route, making use of city streets, ramps and sidewalks. When facilities are added to the route at hubs (restrooms, water areas), they are all ADA compliant. There are gradual inclines along each route and any portion deemed steep will have volunteers stationed to guide participants. While steep areas and congested areas are usually mandatory dismount zones, participants unable to dismount are not required to do so. Service animals are welcome.

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Hub Information

Hubs are resting and meeting points along the route. Each hub has free basic bike repair, bike parking, an information booth, CicLAvia merchandise, free drinking water and ADA-compliant restrooms. Some hubs include additional programming and activities. 

Hub Addresses

  • 7th Street Hub - Reference Address: 818 W. 7th street, LA, CA 90017
  • Little Tokyo Hub - Reference Address: 130 S. Central Ave, LA CA 90012
  • Chinatown Hub - 942 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • Mariachi Plaza Hub - 1801 E. 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033
  • Evergreen Hub - 2924 East Cesar E Chavez Ave, LA, CA 90033

Mileage Between Hubs


This route is mostly flat with a couple of gradual inclines described here:

  • The 4th street bridge has an incline on both sides - from Merrick or Anderson there is a gradual incline of 28 feet
  • From Broadway and 7th to the Chinatown Hub there is an extremely gradual incline of 60.7 feet
  • There is a short hill at 4th street just west of Boyle Ave

Getting Around at CicLAvia

Participants with mobility limitations are welcome to use motorized wheelchairs, scooters, pedal-assist bikes, and adaptive bicycles.

Catch a free pedicab ride—brought to you by AARP—to enjoy the adventure of CicLAvia. Pedicab stops are located at each hub's info booth, and will travel between hubs. Look for the pedicab stop sign at each hub’s information booth. Pedicabs are available on a first-come, first served basis. Riders must be able to step into or transfer into the pedicab.

Getting to the Route and Parking

These are flat, street-level parking areas that do not require the use of stairs, escalators or elevators. All lots are near the route. There are many more options on - head over to that website for more parking near the route!

DTLA - Spring Street, Main Street

  • Joe's Auto Parks, 843 S. Spring St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 100 spaces (2 ADA). Traffic on Spring St. heads south only.

  • Joe’s Auto Parks, 854 S. Main St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 117 spaces (4 ADA). Traffic on Main St. heads north only. Less than 1mi from 7th Street Hub.

  • Joe's Auto Parks - 433 S. Main St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 69 spaces. Traffic on Main St heads north only

  • Paragon Parking, 340 S. Spring St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 123 spaces. Less than 1mi from 7th Street Hub.

  • Joe's Auto Parks, 330 S. Main St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 206 spaces (5 ADA). 1mi from 7th Street Hub.


  • 419 W College St. - the LA Chinatown Public Parking Lot has 40 spaces (2 ADA). Less than 500 feet from Chinatown Hub!

  • 713 N Hill St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 330 spaces (at least 5 ADA).  Less than 0.5mi from Chinatown Hub.

  • 725 N Spring St. - Open-Air Parking Lot with 240 spaces (7 ADA). Less than 0.5mi from Chinatown Hub.

Arts District

  • 830 Traction Ave -- Open-Air Parking Lot, 51 spaces

Boyle Heights

  • 318 N Breed St. - Open-Air Parking Lot (1 ADA space). Less than 1mi from Mariachi Plaza Hub.

  • 249 N Chicago St - Open-Air Parking Lot (2 ADA spaces). 1mi from Mariachi Plaza Hub.

You can view a more comprehensive list of parking lots and structures along the route by clicking here.