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Feeder Ride to CicLAvia from Santa Monica, 12/7/2014

This Sunday all new CicLAvia Historic South LA!

Whether you ride with us or get there on your own – don’t miss it!
CicLAvia celebrates the streets of Los Angeles for everyone!  Temporarily limiting the access of motor vehicles and opening the streets to all users – walking, wheelchairs, skates, bikes, scooters, skate boards, strollers – you name it!

We will once again lead a feeder ride to CicLAvia this Sunday December 7th. We’ll meet at the top of the Santa Monica Pier at 8:00am and roll out at 8:30am sharp. Ride is aprox 12.2 miles and mostly flat on streets with bike lanes or low traffic volume at our time of travel. We will be traveling at an easy pace but do ask you to “stay with the pace” so we can all get there together.
For feeder ride all young children should be on tag-a-long or in trailers.
Join us Sunday and experience the fun of CicLAvia!

December 7th, 9am -3pm – Come experience
CicLAvia’s New Route, Historic South LA

Start           Santa Monica Pier, at the Canon
Meet           8:00am   

Roll out      8:30am (sharp)
Route         ROUTE about 12.2 miles
We intend to use the Expo Bike Path and closely the route Expo will soon take into Santa Monica once complete!

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CicLAvia South LA 12:7
Click here to download map

Stuff to bring:

  • helmut (for feeder ride or children under 18)
  • sun screen
  • cash
  • spare tube/ patch kit
  • hydration
  • any special tools your bike requires!

Info on light rail & bus routes to or from CicLAvia

Big Blue Bus Rapid 10 takes the frwy downtown LA to Santa Monica FAST! 
Light Rail: Connect to the Expo Line Culver City Station (timetable) then 
Big Blue Bus Rapid 20 to DT SM, Rapid 12 (to Westwood) or Route 12 (Westwood and Palms)
Metro 720 route DT Santa Monica south, Venice Blvd
Bike Venice Blvd Bike lane to Expo Bike Path west and then south to Leimert Park Hub.  

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Bikerowave: Monthly Open House is Friday, 12/5


Looking for something fun and bikey?!

Join us this Friday at Bikerowave‘s monthly Open House.
Celebrate and hear about the excitement of our own Rachel Horn as she embarks of several long trips, abroad and then a bike tour in the US.


Fri, December 5th, 7-10 pm
12255 Venice Blvd. 90066 (east of Centinela)

Bring a dish or a drinks to share.
Please, bring your own mess kit.
This is a zero waste event

LACBC Open House this Thursday! December 4th DTLA!


Music, Food, Beverages and CAKE – Plus GREAT COMPANY!
What? Photo Booth too! = Too much fun!
LACBC Open House 2014

You are all invited to join us for our LACBC Annual Open House!
Learn about what LACBC and all it’s Local Chapters and Bike Ambassadors have been up to this year, bid farewell to our totally Awesome executive director Jen Klausner, mingle with your bike buddies, and look forward to 2015.

LACBC is excited to announce that we will have music from DJ Starskee Suave, drinks from Angel City Brewery, appetizers from the Border Grill, cake from Sweet Lady Jane, and a photo booth to capture the night’s merriment!

Please RSVP!
The event is free for LACBC members and $10 for the general public (please pay at the door). Not a current LACBC member? Sign up or renew online and get in for free!

When: Thursday, December 04; 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: LACBC Headquarters, 1st Floor - 634 S Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90014

Next CicLAvia December 7, 2014: All New South LA Route!

CicLAvia makes its first journey to South LA for an all new route on December 7th from 9:00 a.m – 3:00 p.m.. Open streets and the opportunity to explore more of Los Angeles car free by foot, bike, skates or other non-motorized transport. The South LA route will connect beautiful Leimert Park with historic Central Avenue, traveling along Martin Luther King Boulevard. Participants will be able to enjoy the sights, music, food and culture that makes South LA such a vibrant part of Los Angeles.

YES We will RIDE FROM SANTA MONICA to CicLAvia as always!
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Check out this cool video on the new route! CicLAvia SouthLA!

Click here to download map “CicLAvia catalyzes vibrant public spaces, active transportation and good health through car-free streets. CicLAvia engages with people to positively transform our relationship with our communities and with each other.”

All Hubs will offer CicLAvia information, merchandise, free water, restrooms and first aid stations.

The route will feature a pedestrian zones in the Leimert Park and Jazz Park Hub. For info and options on WalkLAvia click here See full program HERE ALONG THE ROUTE:

  • The Los Angeles Carnival ( will lead a festive parade down part of the route featuring costumed dancers. They will start assembling costumes at King Boulevard and Vermont Avenue at 8am and leave the assembly point at 11am. Estimated arrival in Leimert Park is between 1:30pm and 2pm. People interested in participating can visit the website for information about renting a costume.


  • Maverick’s Flat programs an outdoor stage with DJs and bands playing neo-soul, Caribbean, house and hip hop:
  • More live music at local Leimert Park venues:
  • Check out community groups in Leimert Plaza Park and arts and crafts vendors on Degnan Blvd.
  • Food Trucks: Grilled Cheese Truck / King Kone / Luckdish Curry / No Jodas Cuban Kitchen / Surfer Taco


  • Expo Center will host their annual Winter Festival in collaboration with the California African American Museum (CAAM) which will hold its annual Kwanzaa celebration ( The hub will feature musical programming, pictures with Santa Claus, snow on the Soboroff Sports Field and food demos from the CSU Expo mini-farm
  • Free bike valet
  • Food trucks and food carts programmed by CAAM


  • Pedestrian Zone and free bike valet
  • Kick-off ceremony featuring Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember Curren Price, LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds, Jaime Ortiz (co-founder of the ciclovia open streets movement) and CicLAvia Executive Director Aaron Paley
  • Los Angeles City Council District 9 Constituent Center and Community Health Councils will host a health expo with cooking demos, fitness classes, free health screenings, community organization booths and a bilingual bike rodeo
  • Fresh produce from the Central Ave Farmers Market and Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Farmers Market booths
  • Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilmember Curren Price will host #TechLA where there will be free sessions on everything from web design and Photoshop to film editing and coding
  • CRCD hosts tours of the Dunbar Hotel at 10am, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm
  • Live music in the park programmed by the Coalition for Responsible Community Development and K-JAZZ
  • Food Trucks: Farmer’s Belly / India Jones / Waffles de Liege / Yalla Truck
  • NEAR THE HUB: Dismount and dance with DanceLAvia volunteers. Help them keep the tunes going by pedaling the Movable Parts stationary bike-powered DJ.


  • Kids Zone featuring a bike safety skills course and painting on the Mobile Mural Lab. If a child doesn’t have 
a helmet, complete the skills course and get a free kid’s bike helmet (while supplies last). Also a chance to win a kid’s bike!
  • Food Trucks: Don Cho Tacos / The Greasy Wiener / Mandoline Grill / Vchos Truck / Zugo Liquitarian
  • NEAR THE HUB: Listen to live DJs and enjoy smoothies at A Place Called Home (2830 S Central Ave). Aztec dancers perform at 10am.

Info on light rail & bus routes to or from CicLAvia

Big Blue Bus Rapid 10 takes the frwy downtown LA to Santa Monica FAST!  Light Rail: Connect to the Expo Line Culver City Station (timetable) then  Big Blue Bus Rapid 20 to DT SM, Rapid 12 (to Westwood) or Route 12 (Westwood and Palms) Bike Venice Blvd Bike lane to Expo Bike Path west and then south to Leimert Park Hub.   Big Blue Bus -<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
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Bikerowave: Awesome Autism Night 11/21


Awesome Autism Night

12255 Venice Blvd. LA 90066

Friday, November 21st
5-8 pm

Bike Maintenance 101- Decorate Your Ride - Bicycle Catwalk

Enjoy an informative and fun-filled evening at The Bikerowave Bicycle Co op with ESPECIALLY patient bike mechanics

Learn how to tune-up your bike, enjoy dinner, snap a cute pic,
and meet other families touched by awesome autism


Thanks for being awesome,
Brian Derro and Rachel Horn
Program Organizers

Spoke Event Saturday, Bikeshare, Bike Action Plan Updates & PARTY!

Join us Saturday afternoon for an Update & Input Meeting, followed by a family friendly Party to celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of our Bike Action Plan

Please join us
DAY /DATE:    Saturday, November 22rd
TIME:              3:00pm Updates, Input & Discussion
immediately followed by BIKE ACTION PLAN PARTY
PLACE:            1640 5th Street, SM (south of EXPO)
- Private outdoor courtyard - please dress accordingly


We will be joined by special guests, City staff and local leaders to give updates and gather input on recently approved Bikeshare contract, Bike Action Plan Implementations: completed and in the pipeline, KIDICAL MASS, SAMOHI SRTS & MANGo Progress, EXPO & Colorado Esplanade, DTSM Projects, and more! As always YOUR INPUT is most valuable in this process.

SOBI Bikeshare bike will be there for you to check out!

Meeting, Updates & Input, BAP is 3

Save the Date: November 22nd SM Spoke Meeting and BAP PARTY

SAVE the DATE: Saturday, November 22nd
Santa Monica Spoke Update Meeting  including BAP & Bike Share and
It’s our 3 year anniversary of passing the Bike Action Plan! Let’s have a party too!
Program will follow. All ages welcome.

Bikerowave: Monthly Open House is Friday – ride with us

BRW_logo  Looking for something fun and bikey?!

Join us this Friday when we ride to Bikerowave‘s monthly Open House.

Meet at Tongva Park 6 PM (roll at 6:30) Center of park, grass area near restrooms. Don’t forget your lights and a hemet.


Fri, November 7th, 7-10 pm
12255 Venice Blvd. 90066 (east of Centinela)

Bring a dish or a drinks to share.
Please, bring your own mess kit.
This is a zero waste event

Wounded Heroes Alive Day Fundraiser: Sunday, November 9

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On Sunday, November 9th, our affiliates Beach Cities Cycling Club & South Bay Bicycle Coalition join Wounded Heroes of America to hold a fundraising bike ride and barbecue, hosted by Catalina Coffee Company.  The group will ride with veterans (10-60 mile bike ride), and upon your return, enjoy lunch, refreshments and entertainment with your fellow cyclists, veterans and their families.


When:   Sunday, November 9 Time:    8AM to 3PM Where: Catalina Coffee Company, 126 N. Catalina Ave. Redondo Beach, CA The Ride: BCClub will host a recreational/social ride, starting from the Catalina Coffee Café. Participants will be asked to pledge $1.00 or more per mile and will receive a free BBQ lunch and inaugural ride t-shirt for their donation. The 8-10 different routes range from 8-60 miles. Maps provided. Rides begin 8AM through 10AM. The BBQ: Catalina Coffee Café will provide a free BB&Q, games for kids, live music, drinks and space for a bike corral after the bike ride. Hours 11AM to 3PM. Sign Up: On-site at Catalina Coffee with The Wounded Hereos of America from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Wounded Heroes A Life Day BIKE Ride – “A Life Day” represents the day the veteran was wounded and he or she might have lost their life.

Dear Fellow Bicyclists:

The simple joy of a bicycle ride. Wind through the hair, the fresh air and sunshine that we all share. Now, you can share this simple pleasure with those who are challenged in everyday life because of the wounds suffered in service to our country. Let’s join hands, wear your club colors and ride with and for a local group of wounded veterans in the name of friendship!

This event is a fundraiser for Wounded Heroes to help in their efforts to provide assistance to veterans who sustained injuries while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Participants are asked to pledge $1 (or more) per mile.

If you can’t make the ride, you can sponsor a rider or a group/team or donate by going to:

Sincerely, Jim Hannon, President, Beach Cities Cycling Club, Inc.

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