C.I.C.L.E. Workshop: Go Shopping by Bike! In Daisy Villa

Learn how easy it is to tote a week’s worth of groceries home by
bike. Check out grocery-getting gear, tips and tricks on traffic
negotiation, great bike routes and basic bike mechanical safety. After
the workshop, join us for a short ride to Whole Foods Market where
tasty treats await us. Special discounts from Pasadena Cyclery for all workshop participants. Please RSVP and let us know that you’re coming. Write info@cicle.org, or call 323.478.0060.

Meets at Gwinn Park (Orange Grove Blvd. & Sunnyslope Ave. in Pasadena)

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Another Wonderful Long Beach First: Protected Bike Lanes

|
The city of Long Beach is Southern California’s undisputed leader in innovative infrastructure for safe and convenient bicycling.  They’re at it again this Saturday, April 23rd 2011, when they unveil the first genuine protected bike lanes west of New York City. Opening festivities are from 11am to 2pm at the The Promenade – one block east of Pine Avenue. […]

Bike Lanes Planned for Fletcher Drive, Meeting Tonight

|
At tonight’s meeting of the Glassell Park Improvement Association, Los Angeles City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell will be presenting the Department of Transportation’s (LADOT) planned Fletcher Drive Streetscape Project. Project plans are posted at the GPIA website. The project includes a road diet with bike lanes, plus new landscaped median islands. The bike lanes extend 0.8 miles from […]

Critical Mass, Pasadena Style

|
A reader suggested that I write about the differences in the many different Critical Mass rides that happen around Los Angeles. It seemed like a good idea, and since I could double up on last weekend by doing the ride and visit the Commuter Bike Expo, this weekend I bring you the first in a […]

Bike Friendly Fridays: Pasadena

|
Cyclists head to the Bike Expo during Bike Week Pasadena last year. As we approach Bike to Work Day and the corresponding Bike Week Pasadena, let’s take a look at how our neighbor to the east views and treats its cycling community. When doing research for this week’s installment for Bike Friendly Fridays, I found […]