Los Angeles Bike Movement History

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Building a Bike Movement in Autopia

Friday, April 12, 2013
L.A. Eco-Village
7-9 pm

Join Colin Bogart, Kelly Martin, Ben Guzman, Alexis Lantz, Ron Milam, Adonia Lugo, Aurisha Smolarski-Waters, Roadblock, Jimmy Lizama, Allison Mannos, Tafarai Bayne, and others as we create an experimental group ethnography of the Los Angeles bike movement from 1997 to the present.

Contact adonia@labikemvmt.org for more information.
Sponsored by the Center for Ethnography and the Bicicultures Roadshow.

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