Marvin Braude Bike Trail - Cycling

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The 22-mile Marvin Braud Bike Trail is one of LA’s most popular and iconic places to get in a nice workout.

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Taylor Reilly


22.0 miles

22 miles one way

Destination Distance From Downtown

18.7 miles


3 of 5 diamonds

Time To Complete

2 hours

2 to 4 hours


All Seasons

Dog Friendly


Fees Permits


Topographical Map

Map of Marvin Braud Trail

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Bike Path Info



The 22-mile Marvin Braud Bike Trail is one of LA’s most popular and iconic features. Also known as the Strand, this route's northernmost access point starts at Will Rogers State Beach near the Palisades, and the southernmost access is near Torrance County Beach. 

What Makes It Great

The paved trail usually allows riders to cruise slowly through crowds as they make their way through many of the LA area beach towns, such as Santa Monica, Venice, Marina del Rey, Manhattan, Hermosa, and Redondo. If desired though, riders can pick up their speed and cruise along readily available open stretches of the path. With the Santa Monica Mountains to the North, the Pacific Ocean to the West and the city to the East, there is always a beautiful and relaxing view to admire, while riding on the Marvin Braude Bike Trail.

Who is Going to Love It

This is one of LA's best bike trails, it's good for all levels of riders. The path can get crowded though, so be aware it's not the best place for an all out spring on your bike. 

Directions, Parking, & Regulations

The starting point for this route is Will Rodgers State Beach, located at 17000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272. 


Marvin Braude Bike Trail

403-419 Paseo De La Playa
Redondo Beach, CA, 90277
33.811097, -118.39054

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