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Tacos y Churros Ride

Enjoy a two-wheeled tour of tacos and churros in Lincoln Heights, presented by the Metro Bicycle Education Safety Training (BEST) Program. Join C.I.C.L.E. as we travel to the wildly popular Avenue 26 Taco Stand – where tacos are only $1! After feasting on their delicious tacos, we’ll walk across the street and check out Garcia’s […]

Bike Handling Skills

You’ve taken the Learn to Ride class and learned how to ride a bike. Now what? Would you like improve your bike handling skills? Learn how to stop smoothly, turns, signaling and looking behind you all while riding in a straight line. This class will improve your skills as a bicyclist. Bring your bike and […]

Learn to Ride for Adults

Canceled due to the heat this Sunday. Did you never learn to ride a bicycle but would like to learn as an adult? Now is your chance! Join C.I.C.L.E. Instructors for this two-hour class that will help get you out there rolling on two wheels for the first time. Time: 9:00am to 11:00am. Price: $30  Need-based […]

Pirates and Ninjas

On Saturday, March 26th, 2016, join C.I.C.L.E. (Cyclists Inciting Change thru Live Exchange) and APIOPA (Asian & Pacific Islander Obesity Prevention Alliance) for “Pirates and Ninjas” a family friendly bicycle ride as we search for Pico Union’s treasures, sponsored by Metro’s Safe Routes to School Pilot Program. We’ll explore historical Pico Union with riders dressed […]

October Newsletter

Coming Up: “Pedal to the Port: A Two-Wheeled Wilmington Halloween,” Sponsored by Metro! Halloween has long been a walking holiday; enjoy the entire day without a car and swap four wheels for two to visit the Harbor area’s annual waterfront event! On Saturday, October 25, through a sponsorship by Metro, C.I.C.L.E. along with Mujeres Unidas […]

New Study Shows Exercise Increases Lifespan. Why Aren’t We Exercising?

A recent study shows the great benefits of increased physical activity.  The Lancet published the exciting findings that a mere 15 minutes of physical activity for inactive people could reduce their risk of death by 14% and extend their lives by 3 years. Compared with individuals in the inactive group, those in the low-volume activity […]