Ride Arc

Every 1st Friday of the month Usually leaves by 9:30 PM

A
bike ride in the cool evening air with a loose, vaguely referenced
architectural theme, inspired by Midnight Riddazz and originally based
out of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).
Awesome rides, good vibes taking you to places that shape the Los
Angeles urban landscape. In an effort to expand to new places and
directions in the LA area, start locations may vary depending on the
theme so it is best to inquire before hand or join the mailing list
(even better!)

www.ridearc.org

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