CicLAvia returns this Sunday in Wilmington!

Some very good news: CicLAvia returns this Sunday with 2.25 miles of vehicle-free streets in Wilmington for your cycling, walking and rolling pleasure. This is the first CicLAvia since Feb. 2020 — just weeks before the pandemic shut so many good things down. It will be great to see folks out there getting some exercise and having fun.

The map of this Sunday’s route is above. Here’s more information from CicLAvia on getting to the event and here’s a nice post about some of the architecture, art and other notable sites along Sunday’s route.

The Metro J Line/Silver Line runs between El Monte, Downtown LA and San Pedro. Get off at the Harbor Freeway / Pacific Coast Highway station and catch Metro Bus 232 to the Anaheim / Avalon stop. Head north or south on Avalon and enjoy the route! Please keep in mind that if you’re heading to CicLAvia with a bike, space on bike racks on Metro buses is very limited and bikes are not permitted inside buses.  

Metro is one of the proud supporters of CicLAvia and other events that promote getting around sans a motor vehicle. Have fun!

A pic from the San Pedro meets Wilmington CicLAvia in 2017. Photo by Steve Hymon/Metro.

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