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Where: On The Tracks at Brea shared-use path between Brea Boulevard and State College Boulevard.
What: Experience the Tracks at Brea with your neighbors and friends and enjoy activities, music, giveaways, vendors, free bike rentals, a bike rodeo and more! Let us know you are coming and invite your friends on
Bike, walk, skate, and roll to Experience The Tracks at Brea between Brea Boulevard and State College Boulevard. The shared-use path makes walking and biking safer and more enjoyable for everyone. Don't have a bike? Don't worry! You can borrow a bike for free and enjoy a traffic-free ride.
Every volunteer plays a key role in making Experience The Tracks at Brea a safe, fun, and successful event. Whether you've got two hours or all day, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. If you are interested in volunteering at the event, please contact Mary Kathryn Mendoza, City of Brea, at MaryKathrynM@ci.brea.ca.us or (714) 671-4427.
We encourage you to bike to the event to test out the separated bike lanes and buffered bike lanes. Take the Pacific Electric Trail and connect to the action on Town Center Drive via Church Street and Terra Vista Parkway.
If you live near the route, consider walking! We encourage participants to walk, bike, or take transit to enjoy the full experience of The Tracks at Brea
Attendees can take OCTA Bus Routes 129 and 213 directly to the event. All OCTA buses provide bike racks on the front of the bus and others allow bikes on board, so bring your bike along!
Parking is available at the Downtown Parking Garage (101 S Brea Blvd). This garage is only a five minute walk to the event.
The event takes place along the shared-use path (between Lambert Road to the north and Birch Street to the south), between Brea Boulevard and State College Boulevard. An activity hub will be located on the path at Brea Boulevard.
Yes. During the event, all streets will be open to vehicle traffic.
The event takes place along The Tracks at Brea shared-use path, between Brea Boulevard and State College Boulevard. You can start or end at the trailheads located on Brea Boulevard or State College Boulevard.
“Complete” streets are safe and comfortable for all users, including people walking, bicycling, using public transit, driving, and people with disabilities. They also create a pleasant public space that a community can be proud of, and they are great for business.
During Experience The Tracks at Brea, participants will enjoy pop-up “parklets”, or mini parks with places to sit and rest, along the trail.
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Yes, Experience the Tracks at Brea is free and open to everyone!