Kidical Mass: AÂ Multigenerational, Social Bike Ride Event.Â Family Fun for all Ages! Other activities include gardening class, community garden tours and Pancakes! We welcome our eventÂ Partner VEOÂ providing sit-down electric scooters and helmets during the event so people who don’t have their own bicycle can participate at no charge.
The Kill Bike-Share Bill singles out shared micromobility for an onerous insurance requirement. That will drive up the costs of bike and scooter sharing so severely that many programs will have to be canceled, andÂ hopes of expansionÂ into low-income communities will be dashed.
California needs real solutions
Bike and scooter sharing systems are essential to help mitigate climate change by reducing carbon emissions. The Kill Bike-Share Bill solves nothing and is likely to make Californiaâ€™s problems worse.
The Kill Bike-Share Bill (AB 371) would require providers of shared scooters (whether a private company, non-profit, or a transit agency) to carry insurance to pay for injuries caused through no fault of their own including by the riderâ€™s own negligence. It requires a study that is likely to lead to a similar requirement for shared bikes in the future.
Santa Monica leads again! Today we celebrate the launch of the new shared hybrid ebikes and expanded mobility options in Santa Monica allowing more people access to healthy active mobility options beyond just driving a car. Today new Lyft ebikes launch in Santa Monica, available at 80 Breeze Stations.
The Lyft hybrid ebike comes with a cable to lock to any Breeze station for free. You can also lock to a public bike rack within the West Los Angeles service area for an extra $1.
At launch pricing: Ebikes are now available in the Lyft app, starting at just $1 to unlock + $0.34/min.* Whether youâ€™re going that first mile or that last mile, ebikes are a fun, affordable way to get around town.
Lyft ebikes are available within the city of Santa Monica (the pink region) and can be ridden anywhere within the West Los Angeles service area (the purple region). Note that pedal assist wonâ€™t function outside these service areas or in the red regions visible in-app. Please do not leave parked ebikes outside the purple region, asÂ you will be fined.
*Taxes and fees may apply. For more info, seeÂ FAQs.
Updated panel!! Join us for an Online Screening of the film MOTHERLOAD | and a Live Panel Discussion.
RSVP for your link to watch the film (on demand) prior to our live panel as we discuss the filmâ€™s lessons on the intersections how #BikesUnite, #LessCarMoreGo, and our struggle for social change on May 31st, 7:30pm with:
â€¢ Liz Canning, Filmmaker/Director â€¢ Ross Evans, Xtracycleâ€™s Cargo-bike Evangelical Optimist (CEO) â€¢ Cynthia Rose, Santa Monica Spoke, Santa Monica Safe Streets Alliance â€¢ Cris Gutierrez, Climate Corps, Santa Monica Safe Streets Alliance â€¢ Larry Kraemer, PE â€“ Director of Public Infrastructure, Cannon â€¢ Debs Schrimmer, Senior Manager, Future Cities, Lyft
THE STRUGGLE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE, MOTHERLOAD is a crowd-sourced documentary about a new motherâ€™s quest to understand our current cultural shift toward isolation and disconnection, what this could mean for the future of the planet, and how life on a cargo bike could be the antidote. As filmmaker Liz Canning explores the burgeoning global movement to replace cars with purpose-built bikes, she learns about the bicycleâ€™s history and potential future as the ultimate â€œsocial revolutionizer.â€ Her experiences as a cyclist, as a mother, and in discovering the cargo bike world, make it clear to Liz that sustainability is not necessarily about compromise and sacrifice and there are few things more empowering, in an age of consumption, than the ability to create everything from what seems to be nothing.
* rsvp to view the movie starting Saturday, May 30th