There’s irony to be found that the 5th anniversary of Long Beach’s inaugural Critical Mass ride is being dubbed “Critical Massacre”—and it’s not because of its nod to ...On September 28, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
Photos courtesy of Noah Le Beau and Charlie Hockett.On September 16, 2015 / By Brian Addison
The city, especially DTLB, can be intimidating. A lot of concrete and a lot of height can make you seem a little too small. This event celebrates bringing ...On July 9, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
The Long Beach/South Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting something is pretty damn cool: its Annual Summer Solstice Architectural Bike Ride, taking place tomorrow ...On June 19, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
It looks like Long Beach will be the first city in LA County to have a bike share program as the City let go of its former contract ...On May 20, 2015 / By Damien Newton
At #8 we sit.
The annual U.S. state ranking by the League of American Bicyclists shows that the Golden State has slightly improved its bike-friendly infrastructure and ...On May 12, 2015 / By Melanie Curry
Yesterday, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) reported that bike thefts throughout the West Division of Long Beach have increased by 84% through 2014 compared to 2013. To ...On March 27, 2015 / By Damien Newton
I don’t wear a helmet.
Now before you go off thinking that I am some odd inverse of that Joseph Gordon-Levitt character in that absurdly titled film ...On February 12, 2015 / By Brian Addison
Long Beach couple and zine-perts Vanessa Rosales and Daniel Garcia want to achieve one thing with their zine publication house, Influentza: influence. Obviously. But by means ...On October 22, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Where is California’s most concentrated bike lane network? Long Beach? Davis? San Francisco? Santa Barbara? San Luis Obispo?
How about Wilmington?
Wilmington is a neighborhood in the city of Los ...On September 16, 2014 / By Joe Linton