Ready for CicLAvia?

Earlier this year, we commissioned our good friend Robin Adams to remix some of his CicLAvia Streetfilms to make a sort of advertisement for Sunday’s big event. We submitted the video to Freewaves, and it’s been running on Metro TV on thousands of Metro buses for the last couple of months.

I hope this video gets you all as excited for CicLAvia as it does us.

  • Anonymous

    The video doesn’t say where or at what time the event takes place. Are people expected to get those details listening or watching the news or by word of mouth?

  • That’s because the video was due in February…we did the best we could.

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