“Pay It Forward” Challenge Desert Ride to Fight Children’s Cancer

Fundraiser Ride: (Leisurely 42 miles; Leaves 8 am from Morongo Casino overflow parking lot Cabezon through Palm Springs via Highway 111 to South Jackson Park in Indio); Public invited; Suggested minimum donation to the CHOC Foundation for Children $ 20.

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Last Day to Register Online for LACBC’s River Ride

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Today is the last day to register online for Los Angeles’ most popular bike event, the 8th Annual Los Angeles River Ride.  You can register at the event, but due to the popularity of the River Ride and limited space it’s probably best to register online today if you’re interested but not already signed up. […]

Sunday Funday

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This month, we’re going to join forces with some of our local bike clubs to ride to the Watts Towers! Organized by LACBC and LA Wheelmen member David Nakai, this ride will actually have three different rides for various abilities. You will be able to choose from a medium and moderately flay 37-mile ride, the […]

LACBC River Ride

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Save the date for our biggest ride and fundraiser of the year! Explore the L.A. River on supported rides for all ages and abilities. We’ll have more information about the ride soon.

Bike Week: Guided Morning Rides by L.A. Bike Trains

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Ride 1: 6:45 a.m. RIDE STARTS AT 7TH / ALVARADO LOS ANGELES CA  The Ride: A regular commuter ride through Downtown L.A., to the start of the LA River Bikeway in Vernon, down to Long Beach. I’lll guide you through the tricky part: getting to the bike path, and you can relax and cruise down […]

Optimist Wine Country Classic Bike Ride

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Time 13 November · 07:30 – 19:00 Location River Oaks Hot Springs Events Pavilion 800 Clubhouse Drive Paso Robles, CA Created by: The Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center More info This is the inaugural bike event being sponsored by the Optimist Clubs of the Central Coast as a benefit ride for the Central Coast Autism […]

Looking for Holiday Cheer? Grab Your Bike and a Toy…

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Since I closed Streetsblog for the Thanksgiving Holiday with a poster advertising a charity bicycle ride to benefit people at Thanksgiving, it seemed appropriate to re-open the blog with a post about two charity rides to pass out toys to those less fortunate before Christmas.  I promise I won’t turn Streetsblog into some sort Holiday […]