LACBC Needs Your Help

(ed note: The Los Angeles County Bike Coalition is asking for help this holiday season and there’s two ways you can help. The following text is right out of their fundraising email.)


Help LACBC Help You!

Join, Renew or Donate by December 31st!

We urgently need your support – Join or renew today! If you’re already a member, consider making an extra donation, or get a gift membership for a friend! Our Year End Funds Drive ends December 31st, and your tax-deductible contribution will go towards advocacy work that makes Los Angeles County a great place to ride.

From bike lockers at Metro train stations, to bike lanes, to regional bike planning projects in cities from Long Beach to Santa Clarita – LACBC is there to make the roads and bike paths a better place to ride. Your help is needed to keep these programs going. SUPPORT BETTER BIKING – make a contribution today!

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Come hang out and watch a movie with us!

LACBC’s THURSDAY NIGHT SOCIAL

Featuring: eat!sleep?bikes!

Thursday, December 13, 2007, 7-10 pm

3706 N. Figueroa St, Highland Park 90065 MAP

Special LACBC screening! We will be joined by director Sasha Edge, as well as the four cyclists who braved the Furnace Creek 508 on fixed gear bikes.

Cover: $5 LACBC Members, $10 Non-membersMembership deal: Join tonight for just $30, and get in FREE!

Prize raffle! DJ Pig in a Blanket! Snacks!Beer generously donated by New Belgium Brewing!Screening at 8pm, but come early for the fun!

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