LACBC Opens Blog…

In what’s been a big week for bike bloggers, the Los Angeles County Bike Coalition decided to join the online party and opened their own blog at http://lacbc.wordpress.com/.

So far, the CBC’s posts have had to deal with group business. The first post is a promo for their Valentine’s Day fundraiser and their second announces the timeline for new board elections. Be sure to check back regularly for more bike and LACBC news as time progresses.

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