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CicLAvia 21 – Glendale Meets Atwater Village – Open Thread

1:19 PM PDT on June 12, 2017

Walk Bike Glendale at CicLAvia Glendale meets Atwater Village. Photo by Biking in L.A.

Yesterday, the 21st iteration of CicLAvia - Southern California's premiere open streets festival - touched down in the city of Glendale and the L.A. City community of Atwater Village for the first time. The route featured portions of Brand Boulevard, Central Avenue, San Fernando Road, and Glendale Boulevard. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets walking, running, skating, and bicycling.

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At just over three miles, it was one of the shorter distance events, but there was plenty of room to ride and explore.

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Readers - how was your CicLAvia yesterday?

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