Bike Night at LADWP Holiday Light Festival

A preview Bike Night will be held for experienced
and novice riders to come and enjoy the festival in a vehicle free
activity just for bike riders.

Each year this
holiday tradition of magnificent displays showcasing over a million
lights along a one-mile segment of Crystal Springs Drive attracts more
than half million visitors each year.

This festival
symbolizes LADWP’s proud history and shared legacy of service to the
people of the city. It is also made possible through the generous
support of the Los Angeles Visitors and Convention Bureau (LA Inc.),
the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, the Los Angeles Zoo, the
Los Angeles World Airports, Autry National Center, Automobile Club of
Southern California and CalTrans.

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