Activities abound on this route connecting the City of West Hollywood and its Los Angeles neighbors to the east—the communities of Hollywood, East Hollywood, Thai Town, and Little Armenia. You can also check out shops, eateries, local gems, and activities along the route using our interactive digital map.
Pick up a field guide during the event for a map and full list of activities.
All Hubs will have restrooms, bike repair, free water, first aid, and bike parking. Catch a free pedi-cab—brought to you by AARP Los Angeles—to experience the adventure of CicLAvia in a whole new way! Pedicab stops are available at each info booth—just look for the sign!
West Hollywood Hub
8800 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood 90069
- Leave your mark on a community art bike by CicLAvia and Pure Cycle.
- Visit the LACMA booth to learn what’s happening this summer at the museum and join teaching artists for a family-friendly, drop-in art workshop focused on printmaking.
- Stop by the LA County Registrar and West Hollywood City Clerk’s booth to make sure you’re registered to vote!
- Don’t miss the public art in West Hollywood! Visit two sculptures in the median by Peter Shire, a Los Angeles artist who is most recognized for being a member of the postmodern Italian design group Memphis.
Near the Hub
- The City of West Hollywood takes pride in its public art programs (Art on the Outside and Urban Art) and continues to improve the public realm with temporary and permanent art installations throughout the city. For more information visit: weho.org/arts. Keep an eye out for the Virginia Court Motel Diver at Santa Monica Blvd and Holloway, a reproduction of an iconic neon sign from the 1950s.
- Check out the live muralist on the corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Sweetzer. Artist Mike Stilkey will be actively painting a new mural on the side of West Hollywood’s City Hall. The mural, titled You’re All Welcome Here illustrates the City’s all-inclusive joie de vivre. The City is one that celebrates its people, their spirit and energy, and their uniqueness’s and talents. In this work, unique animal characters dance together exuberantly atop a rainbow crosswalk. Each character is singular in their appearance while simultaneously exuding connection in unison with each other.
Plummer Park Hub
7377 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood 90046
- Relax in the AARP play zone while catching up over vintage board games. Fun for all ages!
- Visit the LA Ranger Troca, a food truck turned mobile visitor center for the Santa Monica Mountains. Learn more about the National Parks Services programs, then scale their 25' rock wall.
- Does your child need a helmet? Stop by the California Highway Patrol booth and get fitted for a free kids helmet (while supplies last).
- Drag Queen Story Hour is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories for all ages. Stop by at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm, and enjoy stories read by Pickle, Miss Barbie Q, and Devan M.
- Stop by the WeHo Rec Expo (11am–1pm) and experience the popular programs offered by the City of West Hollywood’s Recreation Services Division as they transform Plummer Park into a playground with music, giveaways, and family-friendly activities!
- Don’t miss ‘Yolki Palki’ by Los Angeles artist Tanya Brodsky, a collection of brightly colored sculptures that don’t quite work as playground equipment: each one is too tall, too short, missing key elements, or installed at an absurd relationship to the one next to it.
Walk of Fame Hub
6815 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90028
- Check out the latest in folding bikes from TERN.
- Make sure to visit the Capital One booth for amazing giveaways, games, and prizes.
- Plug into the charging station at the LADWP Solar Trailer and let the sun repower your phone.
- Sign up for a free Los Angeles Public Library card and look for the roaming Book Bike distributing free books to people with library cards.
- Join the Skateside to learn basic skateboarding skills.
- The Metro Bike Share team will be on site with a pop up bike share station. And get ready for your close up—the team is also bringing the brand new Metro Bike Share photo station.
- Rest or play at the Go Human parklets, alongside games with trivia and fun facts. Go Human is showcasing temporary features that make the streets safer and more enjoyable for walking and biking.
Near the Hub
- Check out the Hollywood Farmers’ Market at Hollywood and Ivar (open 8am-1pm). Grab lunch from a variety of prepared food vendors and stock up on delicious produce. Free bike valet available.
- Stop by the Hollywood Heritage Preservation Resource Center at 6411 Hollywood Blvd to see the “Hollywood in Miniature” display, a small-scale replica of Hollywood in the late 1930s (11am–4pm).
Hollywood Blvd Hub
5700 Hollywood Blvd, LA CA 90028
- In the spirit of celebrated artist and activist Corita Kent, join Corita Art Center for a day of art making and community action.
- Stop by the Thousand Safety Checkpoint to get your helmet fitted. Check your brakes, tire pressure, and saddle height—and learn other bike safety tips.
- Visit the Walk ‘n Rollers Creation Station! Unleash your inner artist with family friendly activities including custom button making, spoke card and race plate design, and helmet decorating.
- Capture a snapshot of your day at the Las Fotos Project photo booth.
Near the Hub
- Check out the JUMP by Uber demo area at Gower St and Hollywood Blvd to try out JUMP’s electric bikes and scooters and pick up some swag.
Barnsdall Art Park Hub
4800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
- Metro will be on site with a Metro Bike Share Station, information booths, and a lounge area to relax and play games.
- Visit Barnsdall Art Park or a great view of the Griffith Park Observatory. Check out the façade of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House and explore the LA Municipal Art Gallery’s current exhibit, Offal (open from 11am–4pm).
- Complete the kids bike safety skills course and get a free helmet (while supplies last) courtesy of CicLAvia.
- The Mayor’s Great Streets Initiative invites you to their pop-up parklet! Learn about the newly selected Round 3 Great Streets Challenge corridors, participate in mapping demonstrations, and learn about DIY improvements for your favorite street.
- Listen to tunes powered by the sun with Solar DJs, the SYCONS.
- Grab a bite at some of LA’s best food trucks!