A ride through Venice, along Abbot Kinney, a bustling and hip shopping and dining hot spot.
Starting Station: Venice & Lincoln Station
Ending Station: Venice & Abbot Kinney Station
Conditions: Mostly flat with bike lanes
Length: 2.5 miles
- Japanese American Memorial Monument
- Venice of America Centennial Park
- Venice Farmers’ Market
- Venice Sign (Pacific and Windward)
- Artists and Fleas
- Abbot Kinney restaurants and shopping district
Notes: Always return your Metro Bike to a Metro Bike Share station to end your trip. Never leave your Metro Bike unattended!
- While at the Station, you will find the Japanese American Memorial Monument, just to the East of the station, on the North West corner of Venice and Lincoln Blvds
- Start by heading west (going with the flow of traffic at the starting station on Venice Blvd in the bike lane)
- Follow Venice Blvd for about a mile until you reach Venice of America Centennial Park which will be on your left
- Continuing on Venice Blvd you will see the on the left, just after Mildred Ave/Venice Way, on Friday mornings 7am-11am.
- Follow Venice Blvd until you reach Pacific Ave
- Make a right onto Pacific Ave
- At Pacific and Winward, prepare to (safely) take a selfie with the Venice Sign
- Continue on Pacific Ave
- Make a right onto Brooks Ave
- Follow Brooks across Main and follow Abbot Kinney Blvd to the right
You are now on Abbot Kinney, a popular and bustling street filled with shops and restaurants! On Saturdays from 11am-5pm drop by Westminster Ave Elementary School Park for Artists and Fleas.
Explore Abbot Kinney with stations at Abbot Kinney & Cadiz, and Abbot Kinney & Venice Blvd. You can end your ride at Abbot Kinney & Venice Blvd or follow Venice Blvd East back to the starting station of Venice and Lincoln Blvd.
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