CicLAvia catalyzes vibrant public spaces, active transportation and good health through car-free streets.
CicLAvia – Heart of LA will celebrate what has become a Los Angeles institution on October 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a fifth-year anniversary route. CicLAvia began as an idea with an uncertain outcome when it first removed cars from the streets of downtown Los Angeles on October 10, 2010. Now, five years, fourteen events and hundreds of thousands of participants later, CicLAvia is the largest open streets event in North America.
Heart of LA will have six miles for participants to explore by bike, foot, skateboard, wheelchair and other non-motorized traffic. The route will take people through Boyle Heights, the Arts District, Little Tokyo, Civic Center, Chinatown, Historic Core and as far west as Macarthur Park.
We again host a feeder to CicLAvia this Sunday, October 18th.
Meet in Tongva Park, 8am.
We’ll ride to Culver City to join LACBC Local Chapter, CCBC then on to CicLavia!
New to CicLAvia? Here are four things you need to know for October 18:
- It’s FREE!
- It’s not a race and you don’t need a bike to participate. You can walk or skate to your heart’s content.
- There’s no beginning or end. You can start anywhere and go as far or as short as you want.
- The flow of participants goes both ways, just like regular traffic.
Stuff to bring:
- helmut (for feeder ride or children under 18)
- sun screen
- cash –
- spare tube/ patch kit
- any special tools your bike requires!