CicLAvia comes through our town Sunday April 21!

www.ciclavia.org

CicLAvia!
Sunday, April 21, 2013
10 am – 3 pm
From Downtown L.A. to Venice Beach

With the downtown Culver City restaurant districtas an official hub!
Includes FREE Bike Valet!

 

15 miles of open road — right in the middle of Los Angeles!

Here’s a plug for a wonderful day out with family and friends: It’s your chance to pedal down the middle of Venice Blvd unencumbered by those pesky fossil fuel mobiles with a sea of other bicycle enthusiasts! Or walk, or scooter/skate, or play catch, picnic, play tag, or dance with your hula-hoop… This Earth Day weekend the CicLAvia route goes right through our neighborhood, starting in downtown L.A., and ending at Venice Beach, with an official rest stop in downtown Culver City. Our friends at the Culver City Bike Coalition are hosting the Bike Valet across from the Culver Hotel.

The CCBC departs from Media Park heading downtown for CicLAvia 2012.  Credit: Dino Parks

(To the uninitiated, Bike Valet means you can check-in your 2 wheeler and have it watched by a responsible crew while you and your family and/or friends dine and explore downtown Culver City—No muss, no fuss. Then reclaim your bike and off you go, westward down Venice Blvd to the sea!)

The CCBC is Culver City’s local chapter of the LA County Bike Coalition, Founded in 1998, LACBC works to build a better, more bike-able Los Angeles County and is the only membership-based nonprofit organization working exclusively for the millions of people who ride bikes in Los Angeles County. Through advocacy, education and outreach, Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition brings together the diverse bicycling community in a united mission to make the entire L.A. region a safe and enjoyable place to ride. The Culver City chapter is an all-volunteer, member-supported organization that encourages cycling, educates cyclists and motorists for safer streets, advocates to make Culver City more bike-friendly, and supports the successful implementation of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (unanimously approved by the City Council in November 2010).

CicLAvia has no “start” or “finish”—the streets operate as a platform allowing participants to enjoy the space as they see fit. So join in on the route wherever you’re at, travel as far as you wish, enjoy the official hub stops, all of which include portable toilets and hydration stations. There will be activities along the route, and shop owners and restaurants are encouraged to open their doors to people along the route… celebrate a day without cars!

Here’s the route:

Or get the enlargeable PDF online >>

See you on the Blvd!

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