Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the bike ride?
This year's C.U.R.B. Bike Ride could be any length you want! The route normally traverses through many parts of the City of Long Beach such as the West End, the Canals, the Boardwalk, and a mile strip along Reynolds Channel, among many others, but this year, riders are able to choose whichever route best suits their bicycling abilities.
Where does the bike ride take place?
This year, the C.U.R.B. Bike Ride could take anywhere you wish! Whether it be Long Beach, New York, or Long Beach, California, or even from your stationary bike in the comfort of your own home, the possibilities are endless.
How will the C.U.R.B. Bike Ride team take precautions to remain safe from COVID-19?
The team has been working hard to bring you a bike ride that will respect the guidelines of social distancing while still enabling riders to have a great day in the City of Long Beach.
Can I donate without riding a bike?
Yes! If you would like to make a donation of any amount, please visit our donate page.
What if I don't have my own bike?
If you do not have your own bicycle, we encourage you to contact one of Long Beach's bicycle shops or the bicycle share program for information on how you can rent a bicycle for the ride.
Will there be water serving stations throughout, or do I need to bring my own?
There will be one water station at Neptune Blvd and the Boardwalk (located at approximately Mile 5).
Are there age requirements to join?
Not at all! We have had riders from 4 years old to 80 years young participate in recent years.