In Memoriam for our beloved late President. From here, please access the California Triple Crown blog where thoughts and memories of Pam may be shared.Read More
Cycling Southern California since 1945, the Los Angeles Wheelmen is a club for cyclists who want to ride faster and farther and with less effort or to enjoy more rides at their chosen level with their cycling friends.Read More
Improve your confidence and safety while riding. Kermit Ganier is planning to put together some group cycling safety classes at the Encino Velodrome later this Summer. The object is to learn some helpful techniques for maximum accident avoidance.Read More
“Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.” Our 12 week series of training rides to prepare for the Grand Tour begins Saturday, April 5.Read More
June 28, 2014 Training rides begin late March or early April Registration opens in AprilRead More
We are bicyclists who enjoy riding with friends and seeing Los Angeles and Southern California on two wheels. We offer leisurely social rides and hard-charging challenging rides. Our policy is to stay together, keep track of everyone on the route, and help each other with flats and malfunctions. We put lunch stops on every route sheet. We welcome guests on all our rides.
Los Angeles Wheelmen members get together every Sunday morning for easy, moderate and more ambitious rides that start from various places in LA and OC and occasionally Ventura Counties. We also meet every Sunday at “The Corner” in Beverly Hills for “Lou’s Corner Caper,” stick-together rides around the Westside or cycling-distance beyond and back. On Saturday mornings, a smaller group of riders meets for short, often tough, rides. Every month we post a Century Challenge ride for cyclists to test themselves on 100-mile routes. Many of our rides are on roads and trails you rarely otherwise visit. We post our route sheets on the website for download.
Our calendar is packed with special rides and events, highlighted in late June by our signature ride, The Grand Tour, a fully supported 24-hour Double Metric, Double Century, Triple and Quad. We hold the shorter “Grand Tour Lite” in the fall with routes between 70 and 125 miles. Throughout the year we invite cyclists to defy distance and gravity on other featured rides. At our social events, we make up the calories we burn while riding.
Newcomers and back-on-the-saddle returnees to bicycling who want to extend their range and their comfort on city streets should consider our (mostly) monthly “Newcomer Ride.” Check the schedule.
Guests are welcome on every ride. We also welcome out-of-town cyclists to contact us about riding together or getting our help in seeing our home town by bicycle. Please bring a signed waiver for your first ride to receive protections and benefits enjoyed by members on that ride. See Join the club for additional information.
Helmets are mandatory on all rides.
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