LACBC, Midnight Ridazz, the Mayor and a Press Conference!

Mayor
Villaraigosa, in partnership with LACBC and Midnight Ridazz.com, will
be announcing the winner of the bike safety slogan contest and unveil
the the much anticipated Bicycle Awareness & Safety Campaign poster
designed by Geoff McFetridge at a press event on Tuesday, August
24th at 10 am.

Come and be part of the celebration as the
Mayor, just after the Bike Summit, continues his efforts in creating
safer streets for cyclists.

Wanna Be
in a PSA?
You are invited to stay after the press event and take part
in the filming of the Bicycle Awareness and Safety PSA, educating
motorists that cyclists do have the right to the lane. The filming will
take place immediately following the press conference at the same
location.

Where: 1st/Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90012
           across from new LAPD building map
When: Tuesday, August 24th, 10 am

Please RSVP and bring a helmet!

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