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With
news of more attacks along the Ballona Creek Bike trail breaking
earlier this week, it is more urgent than ever to get more people to
use the trail and create a more safe environment.  An increased safety
presence from the city, especially the LAPD Pacific Division, appear to
be in the works.  But in the meantime, it's up to all of us to help
make the trail as safe as possible.

To that end, a group of
cyclists, not affiliated with any of the large biking non-profits, have
organized a ride of our own for this Saturday, at 11 A.M. starting at
the Culver Drive and Sawtelle Boulevard entrance to Ballona Creek. 
Various other groups, such as the Friends of the Ballona Wetlands and
the Ballona Creek Renaissance will be setting up tables to pass on
information about other events and usage for the trail.

For those of you that can read the type in the poster above, a much larger version is available by clicking here.

Poster: Joseph Pritchard

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