Photo Essay from Today’s Cycling Press Conference

Today's press conference by the unified cycling community sure did draw a lot of microphones. For more images from today, read on after the jump. We'll round up the headlines tomorrow morning. Or, you can see all our pics from today, ##http://www.flickr.com/photos/29300710@N08/sets/72157626962802945/with/5889350784/##here.##

This sign rested at the top of the stairs.
Before the event, Joe Linton chatted with reporters from KTLA
I like this picture of Alex with some of our local celebrities in the backround,
The arrival of one of the victims stood out as emotional high point. Dora didn't say a word but stole the show.
I also like this picture of Jenn Klausner. I think everytime here and Thompson speak at the same event we should take pictures.
Even blurry, this pic of Ross Hirsch makes him look MAD. He's not a mad guy.
Sorry Sammy, not the youngest anymore.

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