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Special Edition: Bike Week 2015!

Bike Week Pasadena Begins! Live well by bike and see the city in a whole new way! The 9th Annual Bike Week Pasadena rolls through May 11th-16th, 2015 providing even more opportunities for you to zip along on two wheels in fun, supported, and engaging ways! C.I.C.L.E. and the City of Pasadena present a week-long […] read more

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Didn't get enough of Bike Month? We're wrapping things up TOMORROW with our final ride in May: The South x Southeast River Ride with Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition & Bike Metro!

Metro Sponsors: South x Southeast River Ride, led by LACBC with C.I.C.L.E.

Metro Sponsors: South x Southeast River Ride, led by LACBC with C.I.C.L.E.

Exploring the Southeast Cities amenities and river path connections

On Saturday, May 23, 2015, through a sponsorship by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), LACBC with Cyclists Inciting Change thru LIVE Exchange (C.I.C.L.E.), invites you to “Parks to Rivers Ride: Southeast Cities Edition,” a community bicycle ride highlighting open space and natural gems in the area, as well as planning efforts around Safe Routes to School strategies and regional connectors. Starting from Bell Gardens John Anson Ford Park, riders will visit Cudahy City Hall and Parque Dos Rios to explore the City’s latest (and future) gifts and amenities for bicyclists and pedestrians to enjoy.

This free ride is open and accessible to all experience levels, leisurely-paced and will return to the starting point at the end of the event. The ride is less than seven miles and is fully supported and led by trained Ride Leaders, volunteers and a certified EMT. Prior to departing, we will address safe street riding and group ride etiquette to ensure smooth sailing.

When: Saturday, May 23, 2015
Time: Meet at 10 a.m., the ride will leave promptly at 10:30 a.m.
Where: Bell Gardens John Anson Ford Park
8000 Park Lane, Bell Gardens, CA 90201

Accessible by Metro Bus: Metro bus lines 110, 111, 115, 258, and 311.

What to bring: Bring water, a snack and a bicycle in good working order. This ride is FREE and open to anyone, but all participants should be able to ride a bike safely with the ability to brake, change gears, and balance while stopping and starting. All participants under 18 MUST wear a helmet and be escorted by a parent or guardian. Children under age 8 should be on a tag-a-long, bike trailer, tandem or other safe child-carrying device to participate in the ride.

About LACBC: The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) is a nonprofit organization with over 1,500 members that engages cyclists through advocacy, education and outreach across the county. Founded in 1998 by bicycle advocates Joe Linton and Ron Milam, LACBC brings together the diverse bicycling community in a united mission to improve the bicycling environment and quality of life for the entire region.

About C.I.C.L.E.: Cyclists Inciting Change thru Live Exchange (C.I.C.L.E.) is a nonprofit organization working to promote the bicycle as a viable, healthy and sustainable transportation choice.

About Metro: Metro is the planner, operator and builder of LA County’s expanding public transportation system. The agency plays an important role in bicycle planning across LA County, funding more than $155.5 million for bicycle projects since 1993, facilitating first mile/last mile connections to transit and supporting bicycle transportation through various policies and programs. Metro’s sponsorship of C.I.C.L.E. events helps fulfill the agency’s goals of encouraging bicycle trips and promoting safe cycling skills.

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