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Ride with Streetsblog to MidDay Ridazz!

Please note this is for the 2010 CicLAvia. For information on riding to the 04/10/2011 CicLAvia event please go to http://www.bikerowave.org.

For more information on MidDay Ridazz, ##http://ciclavia.wordpress.com/2010/09/07/announcing-midday-ridazz/##click here.##
For more information on MidDay Ridazz, ##http://ciclavia.wordpress.com/2010/09/07/announcing-midday-ridazz/##click here.##

One of the highlights of this Sunday's CicLAvia is the "MidDay Ridazz" family ride starting at the Bicycle Kitchen in East Hollywood and Hollenbeck Park on the Eastside.  What better way for Westsiders to head to the East Hollywood starting point for a MidDay family ride than to join my mother and I for the ride?

We'll be meeting at 8:00 in front of the Bikerowave, at 12255 Venice Boulevard, before heading east at 8:30.  Sadly, Sammy won't be joining me, he's going to our Church's 60th Anniversary Party.  But you will get to hang out with me and my mom all the way from co-op to co-op!

The MidDay Ridazz ride ends in MacArthur Park at 11:30ish.  Because CicLAvia won't be over, I won't be heading back quite then, but anyone that wants to hang out a little longer with Streetsblog is welcome to do so and we can ride back West together.

If you don't live on the Westside, but are looking for a group ride to CicLAvia; there's another one planned from the San Gabriel Valley by Bike SGV.  We'll update you on any other rides to CicLAvia as we hear about them

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