Get Involved!

Are you a passionate cyclist? Do you have an opinion about how to fix the streets, Metro, or your neighborhood to be more bike friendly? Want to get first-hand advocacy experience? LACBC offers many opportunities to take action!


Keep in touch about the latest LACBC events, activities and programs. Sign up to receive our e-newsletter today!
Members are the backbone of LACBC, and your membership helps LACBC build a better, more bike-able LA County! Sign up and stay involved in our news, campaigns, and events.
We cannot not achieve nearly as much without our volunteers! Volunteer for upcoming events, in-office help, bike valet, membership drives and more. Contact Hyeran Lee at hyeran [at] la-bike [dot] org for volunteer opportunities.  
LACBC has a number of seasonal internships available. Students (as well as non-students) are eligible to earn Work Study or course or internship credit for this. Boost your resume and get connected in the bike/transportation community!
 LACBC occasionally has job openings. Work for LACBC and help make L.A. County a healthy, safe, and fun place to ride a bike!
LACBC Committees work directly on advocacy, planning, community building, fundraising, and much more! This is where much of the LACBC's work happens! We invite LACBC members and the public to join and lead projects in our committees.
The Board sets LACBC policy. Meetings are open to the public and are held on every THIRD Wednesday of the month Jan.-Nov. 6:45-9:00pm at 634 S. Spring Street, Mezzanine Level in downtown Los Angeles. Board elections occur every spring and all LACBC members are eligible to run.
LACBC fosters community grown local advocacy chapters and enables them to gain resources and attract membership through our Regional Partnership program.  Find a local advocacy chapter in your community, or create your own!
The City of Los Angeles has 90+ Neighborhood Councils. Joining and attending Neighborhood Council meetings are a priority in our work because winning local, popular support is the first step towards meeting our goal to make Los Angeles a safer, bike-able, healthier and more sustainable city.