Archive for February, 2007

February 4th, 2007 - 9:31 pm § in Everything Bike & Metro

City Council And Mayor Recognize Bike Winter!

Councilmember Eric Garcetti, District 13, and Antonio Villaraigosa sign BikeWinter 2007 Resolution, that is seconded by Councilmember Tom LaBonge, District 4, and Attested by City Clerk Frank T. Martinez. WHEREAS, BikeWinter opens on February 2nd and for two weeks through February 14th, local cyclis[...]

February 3rd, 2007 - 4:39 pm § in Community

BikeWinter – “Pint Low Blood” Ride

Mellow ride (just to get the blood flowing) from Santa Monica/Vermont Red Line Station to Cedars Sinai (where the blood will flow). Blood donors are true heroes. In fact, your one blood donation will be broken down into several components, enabling you, with just one donation, to save up to three li[...]

February 2nd, 2007 - 1:52 am § in Entertainment

BikeWinter – “Curtain Call” Ride

  We meet at the infamous crossroads of Hollywood and Vine. Gather at the Metro Station for a casual ride, a bit of lunch and a matinee curtain call for some live local theatre. The ride is going to be to Bob Baker Marionettes opening show Fiesta. We passed this theater many times on our […][...]

February 2nd, 2007 - 1:50 am § in Community

BikeWinter – “Tour De Crap”

Go with the flow, and ride with us on Feb 9 to a very special destination–the Hyperion Sewage Treatment Plant, LA’s oldest and largest wastewater treatment facility where we will dismount for a special behind the scenes hard hat tour. See, smell, and experience where your wastewater goes[...]

February 1st, 2007 - 1:04 pm § in Community

BikeWinter – “Eastside to Westside” Satellite Ride

We ride from the Eastside (Santa Monica Blvd/Vermont Red Line Station) to the Westside (Santa Monica Pier) to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the Santa Monica Critical Mass followed by the Opening Night Party celebrating the 2nd Annual Bike Winter Los Angeles. BikeWinter “Eastside to Westside[...]

February 1st, 2007 - 1:41 am § in Community

BikeWinter – “Hump Day” Ride

A reprise of the IAAL*MAF’s infamous “Take Back the Observatory” ride, the Hump Day Ride begins at Bicycle Park across the street from Rattlesnake Park. (Crystal Street at Fletcher in Atwater Village) Gather at the river, ride until we run out of path and then hit Griffith Park. It[...]

February 1st, 2007 - 1:19 am § in Everything Bike & Metro

BikeWinter – “Take Me To Your Leader”

The Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) meets every other month to address cycling issues in the City of Los Angeles. They speak on behalf of the cycling community and advise the Los Angeles City Council, the Department of Transportation, the Planning Department and the Department of Recrea[...]