CA Road Rules for Bicyclists for Three Perspectives

When: Wednesday, May 22; 7 – 8:30 PM 

Where: LACBC Headquarters, Edison Room (1st Floor) – 634 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 90014
Join LACBC as we welcome three speakers to give us their insight into California’s bicycle rules and how those affect you, what you should know, as well as your rights and responsibilities as a bicyclist. This presentation coincides with the introduction of LACBC’s new “Bike Safe” rules of the road pocket guide (copies of which will be distributed at the event). The presentation will include a Q & A session at the end. Free for LACBC members, $10 for general public. More info.


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