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    • The Wilshire CicLAvia should be the most walkable ever — including walk-only zones (KNBC)
    • Who are you calling fat? LA ranks 29th out of 50 cities for fitness (LA Weekly)
    • LA County Bicycle Coalition to help Huntington Park develop a bicycle master plan (LA Wave)
    • The second former President Bush rides bikes with wounded vets (HuffPo)
    • Which, depending on your politics, shows biking can be cool — unless you're a teenage girl (Care2)
    • No surprise here, as lawsuit filed over plans to move LAX runway (LAT)
    • 17-year old Newport Beach driver who killed all five in his car didn't have a license (Daily Breeze)
    • He was also driving over 100 mph, but NB mayor says they can't do anything about speeds (LAT)
    • WeHo begins LaBrea makeover next month, but don't hold your breath for bike lanes (Curbed)
    • Bicycling is on the rise, but not without risks, especially in the Latino community (Voice of OC)
    • Major oops. Chula Vista motorcycle cop injured by texting, newly licensed driver (Union-Tribune)
    • Daily Carnage: Driver faces murder charge for killing pedestrian during police chase (KCBS)
    • Daily Carnage 2: Maybe it's not so smart to practice motorcycle riding on the roof (Shanghaiist)
    • Fund for fallen Pasadena cyclist Chris (Cono) Contreras reaches 2/3 of its goal (GoFundMe)
    • And this, more than anything else, is why it matters (Cycling in the South Bay)

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