Photos by Lily Allen/Metro This past Saturday was the Made in LA bike ride, and hundreds turned out to enjoy a great morning out! Were you out there? Tweet us your photos or tag us on Instagram @metrolosangeles! And keep your bikes in good shape for the upcoming CicLAvia!
The photos above are from earlier bike rides led by Metro and C.I.C.L.E. Photos by Erial Tompkins. From Rubina Ghazarian in Metro’s Countywide Planning and Bicycle Program: The “Made in LA” Los Angeles River Bike Ride will explore Cypress Park and the Los Angeles River bike path tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. [continue reading]
Pickles, surfboards and all things bikes! Enjoy a ride along the L.A. River and learn about places that manufacture and create goodies in L.A. at the next Metro sponsored, C.I.C.L.E. led bike ride “Made in LA” along the L.A. River. The free bike ride meets at the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens [continue reading]
During Bike Week LA, we collected nominations for the Golden Pedal Awards, Metro’s annual competition for great stories about bicycling. We’re featuring these stories in a weekly 'Why You Ride' series – because for many Angelenos, every week is Bike Week! Jon Overman was nominated for a Golden Pedal Award [continue reading]
More guided bicycle rides are scheduled for this fall, mark them down on your calendars now! All rides are free and open to the public. The rides are sponsored by Metro and led by CICLE. Explore a new neighborhood, discover a new route and meet other cyclists at one or all of the [continue reading]
Skidrow Studios host Eddie Solis invited a couple guests from Metro’s media staff, including yours truly, for the 60th episode of “Los Angeles Nista,” an Internet radio program produced in Downtown L.A. covering history, culture, music, art, and the “car-free” lifestyle. The show was recorded last week and covers a [continue reading]
During Bike Week LA, we collected nominations for the Golden Pedal Awards, Metro’s annual competition for great stories about bicycling. We’re featuring these stories in a weekly Why You Ride series – because for many Angelenos, every week is Bike Week! Alan Kwan’s commute to work was 25 miles long [continue reading]