Perhaps most infuriating part of the bike lane sign blockage? It looks as though there is plenty of room in the protected portion of the road configuration for the signs to be safely outside of the bike lane.
This group has just passed City Hall on the right with Caltrans/LADOT coming up on the left. Photo: Carter Rubin/Flickr Always wish you could participate in Critical Mass, Midnight Ridazz, or Crank Mob, but are more of a morning person? Then today’s Downtown LA bike ride was for you. At 8:30 this morning, roughly 100 […]
Yes, it should be every day, but it’s still fun to get out and cheer on or be cheered on in recognition of the general awesomeness of riding a bike. Also, Bike to Work Day/Week/Month is a great way to get people to try riding. People don’t want to be left out of the fun, […]
Things are getting very exciting for our March 27th all day fundraiser at the Library Alehouse. Earlier today I picked up a donation from the Big Blue Bus and got word on a donation from Bikes and Hikes L.A. Remember, if you want to support our expansion into Santa Monica, all you have to do […]
In just over 10 days, Los Angeles will hold its first Bike Summit on Satuday, March 7 at Los Angeles Trade-Tech College. If you haven’t registered yet, you can do so by clicking here. For those of you that don’t know what the Bike Summit it is an all day gathering of cyclists from around […]
Fred Harvey Room and Courtyard Area Friday, May 16, 2014 – Bike Night at Union Station. Metro and our LA County partners will host a Bike Week wrap-up evening event at the Fred Harvey Room and courtyard area on Friday, May 16 from 5:30-8:30pm. This free event will feature special guests, live music, food trucks, […]