The Bike Blog visits Brown’s Creek Bicycle Path

The LADOT Bike Blog visited the Valley yesterday to give you a first-hand look at the freshly refurbished Brown’s Creek Bicycle Path. The 1.6 mile path picks up where the Orange Line Bicycle Path terminates at the Chatsworth Metrolink Station, off of Lassen St. From there, the path travels north along Brown’s Canyon Wash, through quiet neighborhoods, past small pocket parks, murals, and resting ponies (no, really) before ending just north of Rinaldi Street near Stoney Point Park.

In October, we announced that the path would be undergoing major repair work. Since then, the entire path has been covered with new asphalt including portions where overgrown tree roots caused serious damage to the pavement. In the near future, LADOT will add additional path signage and gates at access points to prevent motor vehicles from entering the path. During our visit, with the December sun shining and repair work complete, the path looked as good as new.

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A bright mural greets path users.

More photos after the break:

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Checking out the newly paved path.

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Rustic signage directs riders toward the path.

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Ponies rest on a property next to the path.

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One of many small pocket parks in the area.

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