Sunday Funday #2: I ♥ the Westside Ride

Sunday Funday #2: I ♥ the Westside Ride

When: Sunday, February 6; Meet at 9:30 AM & ride at 10:00 AM
Where: Meet at Santa Monica Pier (200 Santa Monica Pier, 90401)

Thanks to all our members who came to the first Sunday Funday Ride this past weekend! Our next ride will be led by LACBC Board Member and Biking in LA Blogger Ted Rogers! This 30-to-35-mile ride (best for intermediate riders) will focus on the beauty and romance of the Westside. FREE to all LACBC members plus one guest.

We also need volunteers to serve as ride marshals and help guide the ride and help with basic repairs.

If you’d like to RSVP or volunteer as ride marshal, please contact Carol Feucht, Membership Manager, at

For more information, see our blog post and Facebook event.


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