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Before the Date…

Agreeing to a bike ride down the beach boardwalk is an instant “yes” for anyone. When the same is asked about an afternoon cruising along the LA River a resounding “maybe” or “no” is the usual situation. This DTC is designed to turn those negatives into positives and start to look at this quickly changing zone as a new hotspot for the city where brunching, beering, and all things weekending will inevitably take place.

So find a partner and pair up cause it’s time to grab tandems to hit the LA River delta like never before.

St0p #1: 12:30 – tandem time


What to Know

Opened in 2015 this healthy spot for brunch is a byway for bikers to grab a bite while getting their gear fixed. 

What to order: the smashed blackberry and goat cheese toast, kale salad, and veggie burger.

If you’re in need of a drink they do have a great selection of beer and wine.

As for the bikes: Tandem bike rentals cost $30/ 2 hrs., $45/ 4 hrs., and $60/ all day. Call ahead to reserve the tandem as they may be rented out.

St0p #2: post brunch


What to Know

Opened in 2016 by two friends they’ve had serious success. In 2018 they were named one of the 50 fastest growing breweries in the country by the Brewers Association of America.

If you don’t feel comfortable leaving your bike unlocked they lease out locks for free.

A pint costs $6 while 4 oz pours cost $2. With beers named War on Sobriety and Don’t Shoot Your Rye Out you can’t go wrong.

There is quite often food trucks out front especially on weekends.

St0p #3: mid ride


What to Know

Riding to this location there are a couple tricky spots but mostly the section going under the train tracks. Either you go under the tracks or its an extra 15 minute ride around.

The sign is in the back of a baseball field so if you’re confused riding around the streets be relieved when you see the open park.

Shrowded in mystery and history this Hollywood mock up is not the first incarnation of the sign.

St0p #3: after 3pm


What to Know

Note this bar opens at 3pm with happy hour from 3-7pm on Sat-Sun. It’s usually not busy in the 3 o’clock hour but you definitely want to secure a seat outside on the patio.

You may miss the front door as its just a sign that reads “cocktails”. It doesn’t look like much from the outside but the patio makes up for any missed curb appeal.

Check their events schedule as they will have takeovers, DJs, food trucks, and fun trivia nights.

If you have a group of 6 or more you can reserve a table so go ahead shoot them a call.

Bonus: If the party must go on. After you drop off the bikes walk over to Zebulon for some drinks and a show.