Fantasy Sports: Design Your Own Dream Bike Race for Los Angeles

Recently, Dodgers’ owner Frank McCourt told the Times that:

…he would soon unveil a Los Angeles bicycle race that he hopes can evolve
into a world-class event similar to the marathon. The inaugural bike
race is tentatively scheduled for November.

So while I’m waiting for Sam Worthington to write me back, I thought I would help out Mr. McCourt by designing my own "fantasy bike route" and encourage all of you to do the same and submit in the comments section.  Best route wins a free drink ticket at any Streetsblog fundraiser and a Streetfilms t-shirt.  I’ll consider theme and route in making a decision.

The Co-Op Challenge, 50 miles of L.A. Bike Culture:

Start:

The Valley Bikery

Stops:

The Bike Oven

The City of Bike Space at IDEPSCA

The Bike Kitchen

End:

The Bikerowave

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