Activities Along the Route

Activities Along the Route

Activities abound along the CicLAvia—Melrose route! You can also check out shops, eateries, local gems, and activities along the route using our interactive digital map!


All Hubs will have:

  • Free water stations and restrooms
  • First Aid stations
  • Bike parking
  • Free pedicabs – provided by AARP, the pedicabs stop at each Hub's Info Booth, so just look for the sign! First come first served.
  • Free bike repair (more info below)


Jump to each Hubs list of activities:


Fairfax Hub

Reference address: 7861 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046

The office of Supervisor Horvath will be sharing Information and resources for City Council District 3 residents. 

Office of LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin will be sharing information about resources such as flyers and will be handing out free giveaways (While supplies last)!

Learn more about constituent services available at the Office of Assemblymember Rick Chavez Zbur, by visiting their booth for more information!

The Mid City West Neighborhood Council will be connecting with participants using a table game, music, and handouts. 

Visit the Los Angeles City Planning booth and spin their prize wheel for a chance to win a LA City Planning swag item! You’ll also have the opportunity to share feedback on where you’d like to see housing in Los Angeles.

The Metro Bike Share staff is excited to meet you and share more information about the bike share program! They'll have cool swag available and the opportunity to share your thoughts and experiences using Metro Bike Share through their community survey. Metro Bikes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at our temporary station at the Fairfax Hub from 9am-2pm. Plan ahead and download the Metro Bike Share app to purchase a pass and view other bike share stations near the route. Don’t forget to tag @bikemetro on social media, and always remember to return your Metro Bike to a station when you are done riding.   

LA Metro's K Line Northern Extension Project will be offering project information and free giveaways (while supplies last). 

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures team will be sharing information on upcoming screenings, programs, workshops, and exhibitions while answering any questions you have! They'll also be having a keychain-making activity using 35mm film and button making.

Join Craft Contemporary and try your hand at a simple weaving project using materials you could find at home! Participants will transform yarn into mini bookmark tapestries by interlacing colorful threads on a cardboard loom.

Stop by the AARP Los Angeles booth to learn about your voting options, get cool giveaways while supplies last, and enjoy classic board games at their Playzone!

The LA City Clerk will be on hand to register attendees to vote and share ways for everyone to be more civically engaged regardless of age or citizenship status.

Pedal Movement will be offering a free bike valet for your safety and convenience.

Fairfax High School Alumni Association will be joining us to share information about the Fairfax High School Centennial Celebration happening on September 6, 7, and 8, 2024. They will also be providing a DJ to make announcements about this spectacular event celebrating 100 years of Fairfax High School in the neighborhood.

The Melrose Trading Post (MTP) booth will offer half priced admission coupons, and everyone who gets a coupon can enter a raffle for a prize pack which includes 4 free tickets and super cute MTP merch made with local artists and designers. They will also be promoting upcoming events at the Greenway Court Theatre. 

Bike repair brought to you by SELA Bicycle Center.

Stage brought to you by Melrose Trading Post and Council District 5:

9:00 am - 9:30 Fairfax Dance Company

9:30 am - 10:30 Cranes Studio

11:00 am - 12:00 pm The Rollettes

12:15 pm - 1:30 Sydney Raneé

1:45 pm - 3:00 DJ Lush Bunny


Melrose Hub

Reference address: 5514 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Council District 13 will be offering material and information on City services and resources.

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council will be sharing information about the council and opportunities to get involved! Neighborhood Councils advocate on issues like homelessness, housing, land use, emergency preparedness, public safety, transportation, and sustainability. They also provide local expertise and a voice in delivering City services to their communities. Be sure to visit their booth to learn more. 

The Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council will be hosting an informational booth at Vine St. and Melrose Ave. Stop by and listen to some tunes, enjoy refreshments, and win some giveaway items at their prize wheel!

Visit the Los Angeles Public Library booth to sign up for a free library card, learn about amazing free library programs, and take home a free book from the Book Bike!

Give us a favorite memory of CicLAvia, get a poem! Melrose Poetry Bureau (MPB) is a Los Angeles based collective that creates interactive poetry experiences on typewriters. They blur the boundaries between poetry, theater, and improvisation to create connection through ink in a wired-in world.

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office will be bringing their Mobile Voting Program and will be offering CicLAvia participants an opportunity to vote while enjoying the event!

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) transit team is ready to assist and educate the community with public transportation needs. They will be supporting seniors and students with applications for reduced-fare TAP cards while providing information on how to apply for free trips for low-income families. 

LADOT will also be sharing information about how to access department services and local safety and mobility projects.

StreetsLA will share valuable information on mobility projects and streetscape initiatives, including recent efforts in the area. They will also have statistics and information available for members of the public.

Visit The SoCal Sound booth for some free station swag (while supplies last)!

The Los Angeles Clean Cities Coalition will have information available to inform the public about alternatives to gasoline combustion vehicles. They will also respond to questions about related efforts like current EV incentives and rebates and general questions from the public.

The LA Controller's Office will be speaking to constituents about their current projects and audits. Visit their booth to gain a deeper understanding of their work and its impact.

BikeLA will be conducting outreach for the Metro Traffic Reduction Study, Los Angeles County Bicycle Master Plan, Phase 2. As well as the Metro Southeast Gateway Line extension (Previously West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor). 

Bike repair provided by Bici Libre.

Near the Melrose Hub:

Keep an eye out for Snap Yourself!, the mobile photo booth on wheels, brought to you by Saf Keep Storage!

If you have time, check out the Larchmont Farmers Market just south of Beverly on Larchmont Blvd. Find fresh produce and more! Please note that this is off the route, outside of the street closures.


Vermont Hub

Reference address: 4230 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029

Unlimited Biking will be offering top-tier bike rentals! You can reserve a bike in advance here. A limited number of bikes will be available to rent on site as well on a first come, first served basis. In addition, a portion of the rental fees are donated to CicLAvia!

The Los Angeles Eco-Village Institute, a CRSP project, will offer complimentary flashlight pens, informative materials about the LA Eco-Village, and details on their public tours. Access valuable resources for initiating ecovillages in your neighborhood and stay updated on public events through their schedule when visiting their booth!

The East Hollywood Neighborhood Council will be joining us to share more information about their council! They’ll also be doing a merch giveaway and signing folks up to their newsletter. 

The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment will be providing resources on how to get engaged with your local Neighborhood Council, access city resources, etc. Additionally, they will hand out flyers, swag, and other giveaway items (while supplies last). 

Visit the Neighbor2Neighbor booth to recommend your favorite local small business! For every recommendation, they'll donate $15 to CicLAvia. Stop by for more information. 

Las Fotos Project will be providing a workshop titled "Distorting Identities". Participants of this workshop will act as both subjects and photographers, directing Las Fotos Project photographers on how they want to be photographed and represented within the images they are creating. They can then utilize their portraits as a centerpiece for a mixed media collage that represents all facets of their being. Facilitators will encourage participants to reflect and think critically about their overlapping and complex identities through intentional art-making. 

Volunteer Collective is dedicated to improving the lives of our neighbors struggling with hunger, housing, and health by connecting Angelenos to impactful volunteer opportunities. Their whole goal is to promote volunteerism in Los Angeles. Swing by their booth and learn how to get involved!

Los Angeles County, Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) - Toy Loan and Volunteers Services Section will be hosting a giveaway of small toys to children in attendance. They are a program at the DPSS that loans out toys to children throughout Los Angeles County, basically a library, but for toys! It is a free program with multiple toy loan centers throughout Los Angeles County. The purpose of their program is to teach children responsibility in loaning out toys and returning them in the condition they receive them in. They are rewarded with incentives throughout the loaning process and rewarded with a bundle of toys after their 20th week with the program.

Come by and check out the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) booth to learn about their Electric Vehicle rebates and other discount programs.

Communities Actively Living Independent & Free (CALIF) will have a spin-the-wheel game that will test your knowledge on COVID-19 information. They will be handing out bags, pins, stickers, covid-19 testing kits, masks, and posters. Visit their booth for a chance to win some goodies!

The Community Investment for Families Dept. (CIFD), will be providing FREE youth bicycle helmets for youth ages 5-17 years old (youth must be present, while supplies last). They will also have complimentary bike wheel reflectors, small safety items, and bicycle/pedestrian safety reading material.

LA Metro will be promoting the Vermont Transit Corridor.

BlueLA, powered by Bink Mobility, is an electric vehicle car sharing service in LA that facilitates access to essential locations at an affordable cost to residents. Members have access to a network of shared electric vehicles 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, at self-service locations throughout central Los Angeles. For income-qualified members, BlueLA starts at $5/hr for 3 to 5 hour blocks, or $9/hr on a per-minute basis. For more information about BlueLA, please visit

LA Civil Rights has the authority to enforce the City's Civil and Human Rights Law, which prohibits discrimination in the private sector in the areas of commerce, education, employment, and housing. Stop by to learn more about how you can submit a claim if you were discriminated against.

Swing by the Streets Are For Everyone (SAFE) booth to sign up for their Finish The Ride and Finish The Run events! They will also have a prize wheel for a chance to win goodies. 

L.A. Care Health Plan will be joining us to provide information on health care services and to distribute free promotional items (while supplies last). 

Bike repair provided by the Bicycle Kitchen.