Due to the rain and possible debris flow, Canyon Park and the Hillside Wilderness Preserve are closed throughout the weekend and will reopen on Monday, January 21.  

Biking in Monrovia


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Monrovia is a great place to ride a bike, and the City is constantly working to improve cycling conditions! Whether it’s through the Monrovia Renewal repairs to our streets and sidewalks, or the installation of new bike racks and sharrows throughout town, there’s never been a better time to hop on a bike!

Bike-Share Program Now Available with Lime

The City launched its bike-share program in March 2018, partnering with Lime! Download the Lime app on your phone, and unlock any bike to start riding! 

It costs $1.00 to unlock a bike, and $0.05 per minute to ride. Students, faculty, and staff with a valid ".edu" e-mail address receive a 50% discount!

If you're a frequent rider, you can save money by purchasing a monthly plan! LimePrime costs $29.95 per month with $100 in ride credits (for pedal bikes only), and LimePrime Student is only $14.95 per month! Pricing is subject to change, so please verify on the Lime app before riding.

You must be at least 13 years old and authorized by a parent/guardian to ride a LimeBike. Visit Lime's Help page for more information.

Bicycle Master Plan

The City adopted its Bicycle Master Plan in July 2016, which was amended in June 2018. This plan helps set a vision for how to improve bicycling in Monrovia, with a variety of goals and objectives.

Follow the Rules of the Road

Bicyclists should ride with the flow of traffic, and always yield to pedestrians. Beware of parked cars opening their doors! Riders should strive to be predictable, and avoid swerving when riding in traffic. A friendly reminder that getting behind the wheel under the influence is illegal, whether it's driving a car or riding a bike!

If you want to use the sidewalk, you must walk your bike. It's not safe and against the Monrovia Municipal Code to ride a bike on the sidewalk.  

If you're under 18, you are required to wear a helmet! However, it's safest if everyone wears a helmet when riding.

Drivers should always leave at least three feet as a buffer when driving near a bicyclist! Look out for bicyclists before opening your car door. Learn more about the Three Feet for Bicycle Safety Campaign.

Bike Safety Classes


  • BikeSGV - BikeSGV's mission is to support a more bicycle, pedestrian, and transit-friendly San Gabriel Valley.
  • LA Metro's Go Bike - A resource hub for those wanting to learn about biking in LA.
  • MoveMonrovia - Move Monrovia is a non-profit community group dedicated to providing safe streets for biking and walking in Monrovia.