Fundraiser: California Bike Coalition

BIKE UP! LA
MIX IT UP! FOR A BIKE-FRIENDLY LOS ANGELES
A BENEFIT FOR THE CALIFORNIA BICYCLE COALITION
Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 7-9pm
at THE LIVING ROOM, 3531 West Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 90026
RANK UP!
JOIN UP WITH US to create a strong vision and the political will to make Los Angeles as bike friendly as
any city in the world. Chicago and New York rank as bike-friendly cities. LA does not. We need to catch up.
SPEAK UP!
JOIN UP WITH US and let politicians know they speak for bicyclists in our State. Governor Brown vetoed
the Give Me 3 Feet law protecting bicyclists. Our voice needs to be heard by politicians.
STAND UP!
Your presence, your support, and your voice will ADD UP!
LISTEN UP!
Special guests will include:
CBC Executive Director Dave Snyder
LA City Council Member Tom LaBonge
Office of Council Member Garcetti
The Los Angeles County Bike Coalition
Snacks and refreshements will be served.
calbike.org

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