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Ride your bikes this Sunday with Cycletopia

Join the SGV BIKE TRAIN around the Emerald Necklace for fun, fitness, and a greattimes!

The first in a series of monthly rides happens Sunday, March 25, 2012. This leisurely and community-oriented bike ride is organized by Cyclertopia with BikeSGV, LACBC, and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and support from California Community Foundation and Coca-Cola Foundation.

Cylertopia is building the bike movement in the San Gabriel Valley with a new series of free, fun, family rides around the Emerald Necklace this spring. Enjoy the beauty of the rivers, parks and learn about safe cycling and bike repair on this 27 mile expedition through the heart of the San Gabriel Valley. You don’t have to do the whole length of the ride to join the train – meet up at one of the feeder ride launch points along the way. Join the train at the end of the line at Legg Lake for music, mechanics, snacks, water, goodies, and a small course appropriate for bicyclists under 7 years of age.

The SGV o>o TRAIN starts from Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area at 10 AM then travelsSouth on the San Gabriel River path to Legg Lake and North on the Rio Hondo Riverpath. Feeder launch points are behind La Primaria Elementary at 10:30, Thienes Ave. at 10:45, Pioneer Park El Monte at 12:25, and Peck Park at 12:45. Be sure to eat breakfast and drink plenty of water before arrival. Don’t forget your helmet! CHOO! CHOO!

More info at : www.facebook.com/cyclertopia

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  1. Go Cycletopia!