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4th Annual CicLAvia This Sunday – Don't Miss This One

Join thousands of bicycle riders and walkers Sunday, April 15th, as the people of Los Angeles enjoy 10 miles of downtown Los Angeles without cars. Enjoy seeing downtown without vehicles and being used as a public space for all of us without the noise and congestion of the automobiles.

Bike coalitions in the San Gabriel Valley will lead a group from Walgreens at Main and Fremont. Bicyclist meet at 8:30 and leave for downtown at 9 AM. The ride downtown will be organized with monitors and families with children are welcome. If you don't feel up for the ride back, you can put your bike on the Goldline to the Mission stop and ride back to Alhambra from South Pasadena.

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  1. We took the Metro from Mission and already at 10am the platform and train were full of cyclists. So we all sucked in our guts and held our breaths to Chinatown, where we got off and biked over to Main St. I read the news before we went and there was an estimate of 100,000 people expected, and it sure felt like it. Biking through 7th St to MacArthur Park was great–how often can you bike around there without feeling unsafe (traffic)? 10 miles of city streets shut down to car traffic, 100,000 cyclists, and a few hours of fun.