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Part of LACBC's strength comes from our strong core of neighborhood ambassadors and when one of them wants to lead a ride, we are there to support.
North Hollywood resident Jocelyn Garcia wants to highlight the Valley and show that cyclists can enjoy it as much as anyone else.
We will be doing a seven mile ride out of the North Hollywood Metro Station that will feature a number of sites, including the Brady Bunch house and a few celebrity landmarks.
The ride will end at North Hollywood Park where those who wish to stay can pull out their blankets and watch a free outdoor presentation of "The Lost World: Jurassic Park".
Whether you're going to join us for the ride, movie or both, please RSVP below!
LACBC and Just Ride LA don’t want you to worry about getting stranded with your bike due to a flat tire or mechanical problem. These things don't have to keep you from enjoying a ride to work, visiting friends and family, going shopping, or just riding for fun. You don’t need to be a master mechanic to fix a number of problems that could come up during an everyday bike ride. Bring your bike and we'll show you some basic repairs and adjustments that you can do by the side of the road.
Colin Bogart, LACBC Education Director, and Christian V, Just Ride LA mechanic extraordinaire, will be your instructors. They’ll cover a wide range of roadside repairs, including:
- Fixing a flat tire
- What kinds of flats are there and which ones can you fix?
- Shifter adjustment
- Brake adjustment
We recommend that you bring your bike so if you have any questions specific to your bike, we can answer them.
Attendees will be entered into a free drawing for prizes at the end of the workshop.
**Traduccion en español disponible abajo.Do you ride the Metro Blue Line? We want to hear from you!Come to the Compton Station Community Fair at the Compton Station to see what’s happening around the Compton Blue Line Station.*Music and art activities**Free refreshments and goodies**Community resources*We’ll be at the Compton Station from 3pm-5pm on Thursday, 8/24/17 to discuss the Blue Line/First Last Mile Plan and hear your ideas for making it easier to walk and bike to the Blue Line.This event is being organized by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition as a part of the Metro Blue Line First/Last Mile Plan. For the full set of events happening this summer at other Blue Line stations, check out the website at metro.net/firstlastmile.Can’t make it to an event? Take our survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/blueline-english to make sure your ideas are heard!--Feria de recursos comunitarios en la estación de Compton¿Usted usa el Metro Blue Line? ¡Queremos escuchar sus opiniones!*Musica y actividades de arte**Refrescos gratis**Recursos comunitarios*Venga a nuestro taller comunitario en la estación de Compton para aprender sobre los cambios en la estación de Compton de la linea azul. Estaremos en la estación de Compton de la 3pm a 5pm jueves, 08/24/2017 para escuchar sus ideas sobre como podemos hacer la calle más segura para caminar y llegar en bicicleta al tren.Este evento está siendo organizado por la coalición de bicicletas del condado de Los Angeles como parte del Plan de Primera/Ultima Milla. Para obtener información sobre todos los eventos, visite el sitio web en metro.net/firstlastmile.¿No puede llegar a un evento? Tome nuestra encuesta https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/blueline-espanol para asegurarse de que sus ideas son escuchadas!
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. Join us!
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.
Join LACBC and Just Ride LA as we launch the first in a series of twilight rides as a way to wind down and enjoy some bike company after work.
We'll be meet at Just Ride LA at 6pm, rolling at 6:30pm covering fifteen miles through Downtown LA and Elysian Park.
Afterwards, we'll hang out for some coffee and food to end the evening.
Ride with #TeamLACBC from Gilbert Lindsay Park to the Washington Station to see and discuss what’s happening around the Blue Line Station. We'll then ride back to the park for a small Community Celebration!
*Music and art activities
*Free refreshments and goodies
Ride Mileage: ~6 miles at a slow, family-friendly pace
Parking: Parking is available at the park and on the street however the Washington Blue Line Station is only about 2 miles away for those looking to take public transportation.Meet at 9:30 a.m. Roll at 10:00 a.m.Sunday Funday Rides are free and open to LACBC members plus one guest. Interested in becoming a member? Sign up for membership online (or become a member at the ride!)Taking pictures and video? Use these hashtags:
@LACBC @MetroLosAngeles #BIKELA #SUNDAYFUNDAY
This event is being organized by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition as a part of the Metro Blue Line First/Last Mile Plan. For the full set of events happening this summer at other Blue Line stations, check out the website at metro.net/firstlastmile.
Can’t make it to an event? Take our survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/blueline-english to make sure your ideas are heard!