Eastside Bike Club: Dodgertown Ride


Come join ESBC on a BIKE RIDE to DODGER STADIUM and watch the DODGERS VS BREWERS evening game.

We have secured a section at the DODGER STADIUM for the Cyclists and their families. TiCKETS ARE $20 Each and can be purchased through CARLOS MORALES 323/572-8211 or at STANS BIKE SHOP, 880 Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016.

Your friends and family members who do not bike ride can still enjoy the game with you, purchase tickets through us and have them meet us at the stadium.

OUR PAST DODGERTOWN RIDES HAVE BEEN A BLAST… So we are asking everyone to Dress in DODGER BLUE, AND DECORATE YOUR BIKES! Prizes will be giving to the best Decorated Bike.

A Summer Night Bike Tour of DTLA will follow after the game. MEETUP at the El Sereno Parklett – 4910 Huntington Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032.

PLEASE SHARE this Event on your walls and we would appreciate if you can PERSONALLY INVITE YOUR FB FRIENDS TO JOIN US!

Here is a couple of videos of past DODGERTOWN BIKE RIDES:

Elson Songs documented the 1st ride: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vlnJkqwdIs

Boy On A Bike Posted

Eric Moreno recorded his version:


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