CicLAvia Community Bike Ride

As you may have heard, the July 10th CicLAvia has been cancelled, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from riding on that day. CicLAvia will instead be hosting a community bike ride! No street closure. Riding in a group, with traffic. Obeying traffic laws. You can ride free, but there’s a suggested donation of $5. See Facebook Event.

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