2nd Annual City of Lights Awards Dinner

Come support the award-winning City of Lights program that works to empower low-income cyclists! The 2nd Annual City of Lights Fundraiser will feature honorees Mayor Villaraigosa, Hector Tobar, and Laura Torres; delicious dinner; a silent auction; music; good times; good people; and more! Purchase your ticket today and/or sponsor a day laborer (especially if you can’t make the actual dinner). LACBC members save $20 on tickets. More info.
Donate! We’re also looking for donations for our silent auction, so if have any cool bike supplies, crafts, paintings, bags, handmade goodness, etc. that you’d like donate, please contact Andy Rodriguez atandy@la-bike.org.

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