If you have ever dreamt of riding through the California Coast, the time is NOW! The nomination form for Team LACBC’s 2019 Fellowship Program are now open, from February 13 – March 15. Our Fellowship program provides six Angelenos with the opportunity to ride the California coast while furthering their support of bicycle advocacy and investing in positive environmental change throughout Los Angeles County and California.


Now in its fifth year, the #TeamLACBC Fellowship program provides financial backing, training, and fundraising support to six residents of Los Angeles County who might not otherwise be able to participate in events such as Climate Ride: California Central Coast. This program is possible thanks to the Climate Ride Scholarship program.

Climate Ride Fellows ride with #TeamLACBC on a five-day journey from Santa Cruz to San Luis Obispo enjoying the coast, sleeping under the stars, and experiencing the majesty of Big Sur and the Pacific Coast Highway. The Team LACBC Fellowship provides financial support that covers registration fees and 80% of the fundraising minimum, and a portion of transportation, lodging, and equipment costs.

If you or a someone you know would like to join Team LACBC on this adventure of a lifetime, fill out our fellowship nomination form here. For more information, email teamlacbc@la-bike.org.

Nominate, self nominate and encourage others to do so, don’t pass up the adventure of a lifetime, join TEAM LA! C-B-C! It’s never too early to start training, sign up for our Team LACBC training series or email us for more information. Click here to read the legal fine print.

Meet the 2018 Team LACBC Fellows

We had an amazing group of fellows in 2018! These riders are all about community, environment, and making LA’s streets safer. Thank you to Climate RideThe Laemmle Charitable Foundation, and Los Angeles Bicycle Attorney for supporting these first-time Climate Riders on a journey of a lifetime!


My name is Lilyana Serrano, I have been an advocate for cycling for many years. I found myself on a party group ride in 2010, and instantly became hooked on bike life. I’ve been working on a small project which I am very proud off an All Womxn Bicycle Club which I founded in 2014. HBC – Hot Babes in Charge/Homegirls Building Community Bicycle Club was created to offer a safe environment for womxn and womxn identified individuals to feel comfortable with their own riding ability.


My name is Jenna I am bike commuter working in the field of air quality, I am passionate about cycling and clean air. I look forward to joining Climate Riders on California’s beautiful Northern Coast and cycling to my heart’s content with like-minded folks.


My name is Dan Hanasono I was born in a blizzard in the midwest, and while I have grown fond of warmer weather, I would like to keep things in check. Fewer emissions, healthier bodies, better relationships with fuel and transporting oneself, and a stronger appreciation of community? Check, check, check, check. I am riding Climate Ride this year to check those marks and more.


I am super excited to be part of Team LACBC for Climate Ride 2018. Currently working for the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator in Downtown LA, the importance of climate change research and advocacy along with cycling combine two of my passions, as California has become a new home for me these past two years. Originally from New York, I learned very early the importance of cycling as a great way to both exercise and commute while enjoying the outdoors.


My name is José Gómez, I am member of Team LACBC. I am one of the many passionate riders for this year’s Climate Ride California 2018. I have been cycling for about four years now, it started as an affordable way to get to campus as a student. I fell in love with that exhilarating sensation of a simple bike ride. Since then, I ride recreationally in the Angeles National Forest as well as to and from work. I genuinely believe cycling can help solve a many of issues facing our world today, like the health of environmental.