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Summer Series Tonight! State of Bicycling Advocacy

11:52 AM PDT on July 31, 2013

Today at 5 pm, the Streetsblog Summer Series broadcasts its fourth Google Hangout/YouTube. The topic for discussion is the "state of bicycle advocacy" in Los Angeles and features Dan Dabek of CICLE, Eric Bruins with the LACBC, John Jones with Eastside Riders, Ayla Stern with the Valley Bikery and City of Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee and Jonathan Weiss, also with the BAC.

I’ll be playing the role of talk show host and Matt Tinoco will be producing. You can view the broadcast live on SoCal Streetstube. After the broadcast, it will be archived on our YouTube site.

If you can’t make the broadcast, you can let us know by posting here or tweeting with #sblasummer. We got a power house lineup, so we hope you can join us in real time.

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