Pasadena: Bike In Movie Night

Remember the drive-in? Pasadena hosts a bike-in on May 17th! See the reel on two wheels! Ride with us to One Colorado Courtyard from the Pasadena Cyclery to watch Napolean Dynamite on the big screen, on your bike! Enjoy beverages from New Belgium Brewery and goodies from Whole Foods and the Peddler’s Creamery! Spend the evening with your friends, family or a special date during this rare and unforgettable event!

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Cyclists head to the Bike Expo during Bike Week Pasadena last year. As we approach Bike to Work Day and the corresponding Bike Week Pasadena, let’s take a look at how our neighbor to the east views and treats its cycling community. When doing research for this week’s installment for Bike Friendly Fridays, I found […]

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Photo of Wednesdays Tour of the Downtown: Gary Leonard/Metro Some people think that Bike to Work Day and Bike to Work Week are cop-outs.  I’ve heard and read a couple of notable cyclists that complain that governments roll out the red carpet for cyclists one week per year to try and make up for the […]

Bike Friendly Fridays: Bike to Work Week

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Smart people live in Pasadena. Some of them work for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and send probes to Mars. Others spend their days figuring out quantum mechanics at Caltech. And still others dabble in transportation. A study group formed by Pasadena’s Mayor Bill Bogaard and its City Manager has a smart idea in response to L.A. Metro’s study to link […]