Tomorrow’s Bike to Work Day, Help Me Cover It

5_13_09_bike_to_work.jpgLast year’s Bike to Work Day stop in West Hollywood.

Streetsbloggers,

Unless this is your first day on Streetsblog, you probably realize that tomorrow is Bike to Work Day in L.A. County and this week has been pretty heavy on bike stories.  However, tomorrow is the "big day" and I can’t cover it all myself, so I’m asking for your help.  Please either drop a link in the comments or email me some pictures of what you experience out there.  If you’re setting up one of the booths or just have your picture on you biking around town, please snap a shot and let me know.  You can always email me at damien@streetsblog.org.

Thanks, and see you on the road tomorrow.

Damien

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