Richard DeAmicis

  • commented on How do YOU #bikeLA? 2017-08-31 14:12:15 -0700
    I like riding bicycles. I like not paying for gas. I don’t like almost getting run over every day. I’d like to do something about that whole not getting run over thing. I feel safety in numbers is the best option, so I want to help anyway I can get more people riding.

    How do you #bikeLA?


    Where do you ride & how often do you ride?

    What makes biking in LA great?

    What needs to be done to make biking LA better?

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  • answered 2017-08-31 14:06:37 -0700
    Q: Which part of Los Angeles do you want to be Neighborhood Bike Ambassador in?
    A: Los Angeles - West (west of Fairfax)

    Become a Neighborhood Bike Ambassador!


    What is the Neighborhood Bike Ambassador Program?
    The Neighborhood Bike Ambassador program is a way for LACBC members & volunteers to work on neighborhood-scale projects and organize local support for bike projects and LACBC campaigns in the City of Los Angeles.

    This LACBC initiative is to support the implementation of the City of LA bicycle master plan. Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors will work on one of 5 City of LA area committees: the Valley, South LA, the Westside, Central LA, and the Eastside/Northeast LA.

    What do Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors Do?
    Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors build local street level support for bike projects like bike lanes, boulevards, bike parking corrals, bike friendly business districts and more. Bike Ambassadors will work with Neighborhood Councils and other local neighborhood & community groups including local businesses, schools, churches, etc to build awareness & support for projects, create safer streets, and help make Los Angeles healthier. Ambassadors will organize community bike rides and other fun and educational events to help get more Angelenos out cycling.

    Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors will meet monthly. We need your passion, talents, and love for Los Angeles! Sign-up to get involved today!

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  • answered 2017-08-31 13:54:18 -0700
    Q: What is your zip code?
    A: 90025

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