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CICLE and L.A. Explorer’s Club: Early Hollywood Lore and Culture Ride!

 LA Explorers Club: Early Hollywood Lore and Culture Ride!

The LA Explorers Club, with a bit of support from C.I.C.L.E., is partnering with LA history experts, Esotouric, for this special bike ride through Hollywood's Culture and Lore. Esotouric is an actual tour company that knows the dirty secrets of LA and we are so happy to be collaborating for their first bike tour.

Here's the synopsis: Floods of actors arrived in Hollywood for a chance at the bright lights.  We'll explore their dreams and desires for fame and the tragedies that plagued them along the way.

Meet with your bicycle and friends at The Cat and Fiddle Pub (6530 Sunset Blvd) at 3pm onAugust 30th. Starting at The Cat and Fiddle Pub couldn't be more appropriate, as portions of the Oscar-winning film, Casablanca, was filmed here. The folks from Esotouric know all the best (true!) stories- crime, fame, murder, ghosts- you name it! The ride ends at Blue Palms Brewhouse (6124 Hollywood Blvd) around 6:45pm for another round of beers.  Folks, these are going to be fun times.  You'll just need to grab a ticket to join!

This is a fundraiser for C.I.C.L.E., going straight towards our Learn to Ride classes!

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