Dinner and Bike Tour with GRIST Writer Elly Blue

When: Monday, September 12; 7 PM – 9 PM

Where: MALDEF Building’s Edison Room – 634 S. Spring St., 1st Floor, Downtown Los Angeles (same building as LACBC headquarters)

Portland lingers in SoCal and continues to spread the bike word in the City of Los Angeles. Join LACBC, Elly Blue, Joshua Ploeg & Joe Biel for the “Dinner & Bike Tour.” Admission is FREE to the downtown LA event thanks to the generous sponsorship of Flying Pigeon. More info.

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