Car Free Friday One Year Anniversary Breakfast (and Bike Ride…)

a successful year for Car-Free Fridays Campaign, the LACBC will be
having a leisurely
breakfast ride on Friday the 18th. Cyclists will meet at the corner of
park and Glendale in Echo Park and enjoy hot pancakes and coffee!

not Bombs will be supplying pancakes and grilled cheese sandwiches cooked on
their mobile kitchen. Coffee from Cafe De Leche will also be available.
The route will
head into downtown LA around city hall, LAPD headquarters then back. 

All proceeds from the ride will go to
Food Not Bombs. So come enjoy the cool weather, warm food, and the
bicycle with the LACBC and fellow commuters!

Please RSVP to let us know if you plan on attending:


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Weekend Update: The Park(ing) Day Ride

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