No. Of Participants: 10 person min/ 250 person max
Length: 2.5 hours/ 10 miles. Includes multiple walking tours and breaks. PLEASE NOTE: The timing of this adventure may be condensed based on your time frame
Fitness Level: Easy—no hills.You must be comfortable on a bike
L.A. Live – Grammy Museum – Angels Flight Funicular – Grand Park – L.A. City Hall – Union Station – Spring Street Art Galleries – Los Angeles Music Center – Walt Disney Concert Hall – The Cathedral of Our Lady of Saints – The Mark Taper Forum – Ahmanson Theatre – The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (former home of the Oscars) – Bunker Hill – The Old Bank District – The Broad Museum – Chinatown
What is Provided
Expert CPR and First Aid Certified Tour Guide(s)
21-Speed High-End City Bikes (M/F)
Safety Equipment (Helmet & Vest)
Red Carpet Bicycle Setup and Staging
Water and Healthy Snacks
What to Bring
Comfortable shirt and shorts/pants, jacket/windbreaker or sweatshirt (weather depending)
Don’t forget your camera!
Trusted travel publications rate our Downtown Los Angeles Bike Adventure as one of the best things to do in L.A.
Exciting things are happening in Downtown Los Angeles, where the City of Angels began and continues to reinvent itself today. Discover all the things to see in Los Angeles on this biking tour! We suggest starting this excursion at L.A. Live, home to the Staples Center, Microsoft Theater, the L.A. Convention Center, the J.W. Marriott/Ritz-Carlton Tower, the Grammy Museum, and countless hot restaurants and clubs.
From there, you travel into the heart of L.A.’s historic core where your guide offers a comprehensive history of the city’s architectural and culturally significant landmarks. And, of course, no trip through Los Angeles is complete without a visit to some fantastic movie and television locations that were shot in and around the downtown area such as L.A. Law, Blade Runner, Dragnet, L.A Confidential, and Independence Day. If you’re looking for the best Los Angeles bike tours, you can’t miss the chance to join our pedaling adventure through Downtown L.A.!