Shameless plug: Join us tonight for a discussion of California’s Road Rules for Bicyclists with the LACBC

Just a quick note before we get on with the rest of the day’s news.

I’ll be speaking tonight as part of a panel discussing the Road Rules for Bicyclists, along with Sgt. Jon Aufdemberg, LAPD South Traffic Division, Bicycle Liaison; James L. Pocrass, Attorney, Pocrass & De Los Reyes, LLP; Cynthia Rose, Co-Founder, Santa Monica Spoke; and Lt. Marjory Jacobs of the LA County Sheriff’s Department.

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, the panel discussion will mark the official unveiling of the coalition’s excellent new Bike Safe Rules of the Road pocket guide. Free refreshments and bicycle parking will be provided.

When: Wednesday, May 22; 7 – 8:30 PM
Where: LACBC Headquarters, Edison Room (1st Floor) – 634 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 90014
Admission: FREE for LACBC Members
 / $10 General Public

Hope to see you there!

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