The Beverly Hills Bike Share program was launched on May 10, 2016. The system has 50 smart bikes and several stations throughout the City. Riders can use the ’Social Bicycles’ smart phone app (download from app store) or www.BeverlyHillsBikeShare.com website to sign-up, find available bikes and docking stations, and reserve bikes. The Beverly Hills Bike Share system will be compatible with the bike share system in the Cities of West Hollywood and Santa Monica and future adjacent jurisdictions. Click on the logo below to sign up!
The Beverly Hills Bicycle Rack-On-Request Program provides business owners in the City of Beverly Hills the opportunity to request a bike rack to be installed adjacent to their place of business in the public right-of-way (if feasible). The bike racks are available free of charge. CLICK HERE for more information.
City Bike Rack Locations
The Three Feet for Safety Act went into effect on September 16, 2014. The law requires motorists to maintain a 3-foot buffer between themselves and bicyclists when they pass cyclists traveling in the same direction. If not enough space is available, the motorist must slow down and pass "when no danger is present to the bicyclist," according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
Existing law requires drivers to pass while keeping a “safe distance,” but the new law establishes exactly what that distance is: 3 feet. The law requires drivers who pass cyclists from behind to keep their vehicles 3 feet away. But if traffic or roadway conditions prevent motorists from giving cyclists 3 feet of clearance, drivers must “slow to a speed that is reasonable and prudent” and only pass when the cyclist will not be endangered. Violations are punishable by a $35 base fine, which comes to $154 with additional fees. Drivers who collide with cyclists and injure them while violating the law will be subject to a $220 fine.