Sunday Funday: May the Forest Be With You

May the Forest Be with You is the theme for our next Sunday Funday Ride! In partnership with CarFreeSFV.com and the LA Los Angeles River Revitalization Corp., we’re looking to highlight the ways you can go green beyond just riding your bike. Take the pledge to go car-free (or car-lite) that day!
Here are the details for the ride, as well as the walk.

May the Forest Be with You Family Bike Ride
When:
Sunday, May 4; meet at 9:30 a.m

Where: Valleyheart Drive and Radford Ave. (on the L.A. River Bike & Pedestrian Path), Studio City (map)

Join us for this 14-mile ride led by LACBC board members Kevin Hopps and Carrie Ungerman, with support from our own Valley Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors and Ride Marshal Team! The ride will include rest stops with eco-educational presentations.

Other things happening that day!
Eco-Scavenger Hunt (meet at 9:30 am) LA River Revitalization Corp will host a walk/hunt for those who won’t be riding.

 

Take the pledge to enter a raffle to win:

  • a Braven 570 Bluetooth speaker (approximate value $100)
  • 4 tickets to the CBS July 4 celebration ($160 value)
  • L.A. County Bicycle Coalition membership package (approximate value $100)
  • bike repair kit (approximate value $90)

You’ll receive an all-day discount from participating restaurants and businesses when you show your TAP card to Car-Free SFV stikcer:

  • Tuning Fork Gastropub – 25% off all food
  • California Pizza Kitchen (Studio City) – free small plate with $10 minimum order
  • The Counter Studio City – 10% off
  • Studio Cycle Company – 15% off
  • Road Runner Sports Studio City- 10% off (VIPs receive an extra 15% off if they can show they go their without their car)
  • Big Sugar Bakeshop- free cookie
  • Peet’s Coffee & Tea (Studio City) – free small coffee
See more on the LACBC website and on our Facebook event.

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