Help Me Cover Bike to Work Day

Sammy and I are off on the Baby Bike to visit the Helen’s Cycles Pit Stop for his first Bike to Work Day experience.  I’ll have pictures up in a little bit, but I’m pretty sure that there’s one or two more pit stops around L.A. County.  Send me your Bike to Work Day pictures, or leave a link in the comments and I’ll post as many of them as I can.

Thanks, and Happy Bike to Work Day!

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Taking a Look at Bike to Work Week

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Photo of Wednesdays Tour of the Downtown: Gary Leonard/Metro Some people think that Bike to Work Day and Bike to Work Week are cop-outs.  I’ve heard and read a couple of notable cyclists that complain that governments roll out the red carpet for cyclists one week per year to try and make up for the […]

CicLAvia : 100,000 Cyclists, 0 Incidents, Millions of Stories

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(This is part one of our coverage of yesterday’s groundbreaking Open Street Festival.  Hopefully later today we’ll have up a Streetfilm.  Tomorrow we’ll review the reviews of CicLAvia. – DN.) There’s many ways to try and talk about yesterday’s CicLAvia.  One way is to look at the numbers, another to look at the people, and […]

The Bike to Work Day Photoblog (edited 8:15 P.M.)

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A Classic Sesame Street Bike Song Bike to Work Day got off to an early start this morning when preparing for the morning trip, Sesame Street seemed in on the day.  Just about every segment was bike related.  I wanted to post a little of it for you, but it’s not online yet.  Instead, I […]

A questioning look back at Bike to Work Day

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Don’t get me wrong. I love Bike to Work Day. I had a blast yesterday trying to hit as many Westside pit stops as I could before making my way back to my home office to get down to work. Which isn’t exactly the point, I know. The idea is to encourage people who would […]

Celebrations Throughout the County for Bike to Work Week

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For full sized poster click here. Next week is Bike to Work Week throughout Los Angeles County.  In addition to the events in Downtown Los Angeles sponsored by LADOT and LAPD; there are events in Culver City, Glendale, Pasadena and Long Beach.  And that’s not even including the dozens of "pit stops" that will be […]