CicLAvia Film Week: Come Out and Play

Today’s CicLAvia video comes not from Streetfilms, but from the CicLAvia team itself.

For those reading at work, the video follows a cyclist from her bedroom riding all the way to the living area of her apartment. There, people are playing games, engaging in debate, and bascally having a good time doing the kinds of things that people will be doing all over the city on Sunday. At the end of the video, there’s a knock at the door and a woman invites them to play outside.

And isn’t that what CicLAvis is really about?  The city is asking us all to come out and play.

It seems rude to turn them down.

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