C.I.C.L.E.: Los Angeles Tweed Ride

C.I.C.L.E. hosts the Los Angeles Tweed Ride on Saturday, March 27.
Dress in your finest duds and mingle alongside some dashing characters
in this bicycle ride sure to be annual event.

Meet at Hollywood
High at high noon for tea, scones, and an introduction to the ride and
contests. This afternoon jaunt will depart shortly before 1pm. Stops on
the ride will include some of the best historic and memorable landmarks
in Hollywood such as the Egyptian Theater, Cole House and Good Humor
Building, which will all make for some spiffy photos.

Post ride
hooch for those who are interested will commence at the Cat and Fiddle
Pub, made famous by many things, including the film, Casablanca.

You
won’t want to miss this great ride! As with all Urban Expeditions, this
ride is less than 10 miles and friendly towards intermediate level
bicycle riders. Bring water, snack and a bicycle in good working order.

Visit www.cicle.org for more information and for a list of contests.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Yes, You Need a License to Ride a Bike in Los Angeles

|
Recently, cyclists are finding themselves being ticketed for not having a license on their bicycle.  This has lead to outrage in the community from some, the bicycle licensing laws are meant to help recover stolen bikes not harass the people on them, and confusion from others.  It seems a lot of people don’t even know […]

King of CicLAvia: Richie Trimble’s 14.5 ft. Tall Bike!

|
In addition to the 150,000 cyclists that took to Venice Blvd. on Sunday, at CicLAvia VI: CicLAvia To the Sea, the “King of CicLAvia”  was crowned. The crown was not awarded by the event-creators, but by the buzz surrounding Richie Trimble’s over a hundred pound, 14.5 foot – to the seat, 17 foot – to […]

C.I.C.L.E. Wants You and Your Family to Ride Your Bikes

|
Families that Mass together, stay together. Shot of May 2008 Passadena Critical Mass Sometimes when there’s breaking news, such as dissolving light rail contracts, verdicts from trials, public hearings on major transit or bicycle plans, it’s easy to lose sight that sometimes Livable Streets activism can be as simple as encouraging your children, or parents, […]