Bici Paseo y Accion in Boyle Heights

Come and join the Boyle Heights Prometor@s and Multicultural Communities for Mobility for a Bike Ride through Boyle Heights! (Facebook event info here)

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Thank you for all those folx who joined us for our Part 1 discussion: “Will Bicycle Infrastructure Gentrify My Hood” on October 26th. Now, come and join us for our Part 2: Bici Paseo in Boyle Heights!

During this bike ride, we will be riding along Soto St. & Boyle Ave. and assess the current infrastructure in place, along with engaging local businesses & community residents along these streets to support safer streets!

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Meetup Time: 11 a.m.

Meetup Location: La Concha – aka The Ovarian Psyco-Cycles space!

Ride Out: 11:30 a.m.

***Lunch will be provided after the bike ride!***

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Please come with working bikes! Keep in mind, this bike ride is NOT a race! This will be a slow-paced ride and ALL are welcome to join! So bring yo’ momma, daddy , grandma, kids etc.!

We hope to see you there!

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