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LA Has Many Bike Events, Even on a Monday

The week is starting out with so many bike rides across LA, it’s hard to choose. Whether you live on the West Side, in the Valley or on the East Side, there is plenty going on.

The rides range from races to social gatherings. Make sure you take water with you and a patch kit, no matter where you go. Here are the rides listed for tonight:

7:30pm Uptown Whittier – Every single Monday. Meet at Mimo’s Cafe in Uptown. 6735 Greenleaf Ave. Whittier, CA.

6:30pm Bicycle Kitchen: Bicycle Bitchen – Weekly ladies-only night at the Bicycle Kitchen

6:30pm BikeRoWave – Do-It-Yourself wrenching at 1816A Berkeley Ave, Santa Monica

7pm Bike Polo – Mallets will be provided, just bring a bike if you want to play. Beginners are more than welcome to play! On Chandler east of Colfax and the 170, West of Lankershim and Tujunga in the San Fernando Valley. Red Line exit North Hollywood, go west on Chandler.

8pm Craft Craft Craft Club – First and third monday of every month at at 1835 greenfield ave unit 205 , LA 90025 Bring anything you want to make, and this is also a potluck! so bring food to share. (I’m not sure how this has anything to do with a bike ride, but it was posted on the ride calendar on Midnight Ridazz. I’m assuming that you have to ride your bike to the event and if you drive you will be punished by having to give all the craft makers massages throughout the entire evening 🙂 .)

8:30pm Sexy Sixpack Mondays – Amazing ride of downtown Los Angeles for Food, Booze, Blunts and Bowls. Meet at the Chinatown gold line station @ 8:30pm and ride out @ 9:15 ish.

10pm Wolfpack. The Hustle Ride – A fast paced bicycle ride through the streets of Los Angeles. Typically 30-40 miles in distance. Meet at Tang’s Donut at Fountain and Sunset in Hollywood.

You can find more weekly rides on BikeBoom or on Midnight Ridazz

Ride safe! Ride responsibly! Ride every day!


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    ha i googled ccc club and came across this.. it wasn’t a bike ride, it ws just that most people who went were involved in midnight ridazz, and most of the time we did bike crafts. 🙂



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