Santa Monica Bike Center Opening

When: Saturday, November 19th; 10 AM – 2 PM
Where: Colorado Community Room – 5th and Colorado, Santa Monica
Santa Monica is getting a new bike plan and bike center! Be there for the event that introduces both. Activities begin at 10 AM with coffee and pastries, and later at 11 AM, there will be a presentation of the bike plan by Lucy Dyke and city staff. Afterwards, you’ll have the opportunity to tour of the Bike Center. One lucky attendee will win a free month membership to the Bike Center!

The Bike Center will be open throughout the weekend, November 18th – 20th, 11 AM – 5 PM each day.

Additionally, the Santa Monica Bike Action Plan will be presented to City Council on Tuesday, November 22nd at 6:30 PM.

More info on the Bike Center and Bike Action Plan.

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