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  • rsvped for 3rd Annual Clean Up With Phil Gaimon 2018-01-23 11:40:29 -0800

    RESCHEDULED - 3rd Annual Clean Up With Phil Gaimon & LACBC

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    Due to the Getty Fire on December 9th, we have rescheduled our clean UP with Phil Gaimon for Saturday, January 27th!

    Pro Cyclist Phil Gaimon is teaming up with LACBC for the third year in a row to clean up Mulholland Drive, one of the most scenic and storied cycling routes in all of Los Angeles. 

    We've had great clean ups the past couple of years and we look forward to another great showing this year.

     

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    We will be meeting at 9:30am on Saturday, January 27th, at the parking lot just east of Los Angeles Fire Dept. Station 109 at 16500 Mulholland Drive to begin the cleanup. For those wanting to bike up, we will also be riding up from the Universal City Red Line Station at 8:15am. Please bring a lock and shoes if you choose to bring your bike. It is a steep ride, but will be at an easy pace.

    At 11:30am, we'll leave the cleanup and head to LACBC Business Partner, Sweetsalt Food Shop, in Toluca Lake for brunch. For more details, RSVP below!

     

    WHEN
    January 27, 2018 at 9:30am
    WHERE
    Los Angeles Fire Dept. Station 109
    16500 Mulholland Dr
    Los Angeles, CA 90049
    United States
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  • commented on Off the Chain with Tamika: Tamika Rides On 2017-06-27 11:34:55 -0700
    Aileen –
    You’ve been very gracious through this difficult period the last few weeks. I’m sure that’s a testament to both of you. Our utmost condolences to you and your family.
  • commented on LACBC Everywhere: Tommy Gelinas Keeping Old School Alive 2017-05-03 16:59:57 -0700
    Nice catch. Thank you.
  • published Shop 2017-01-18 13:58:36 -0800

    LACBC Kit

    We're very proud to have partnered with superdomestik on this season's design as this collection reflects the growing cycling fashion scene in Los Angeles.
    Our ordering period is Open NOW with the LOWEST PRICES of the year! Order period closes Monday, October 9th! Also, sign up below to receive updates.
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    Not only is this full release offering jerseys and bibs, but also shorts, arm warmers and coolers, jackets and vests. For the fall we are adding thermal jackets and trail jerseys to our product line.
    You'll also notice that there are also slight design variations between the two options of jerseys and bib shorts:
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    Sign up

  • commented on Sunday Funday: Old San Fernando Recap 2017-01-13 11:06:51 -0800
    Thanks. We hope to have a west valley ride later this year!
  • Measure M: Spreading the Word with Mayor Garcetti

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    LACBC Volunteers pose with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.

    Measure M will bring much needed traffic and infrastructure improvements across the county to make the region more connected. 

    With the election one week away, Los Angeles City Mayor and Metro First Vice Chair Eric Garcetti is enthusiastically drumming up more support for this county measure in the final days.

    While hitting the ground to get out the vote at the North Hollywood Metro Red Line Station, the Mayor was also in the Halloween spirit as he passed out out candy. Needless to say, many people were taken by surprise when they looked up to see who was making the offering.

    LACBC staffers and many of our great San Fernando Valley volunteers also showed up to join the effort while having fun and spreading the word.

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  • pledged support via 2016-09-30 15:03:16 -0700

    Measure M Local Return

    138 votes

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    Measure M Passes! (November 8, 2016)

    Together, we’ve done it! We’ve helped pass Measure M and secured a sustained funding source for walking and bicycling projects throughout Los Angeles County.

    The Measure M campaign has shown us that a strong and diverse coalition of groups can come together and rally behind something that affects us all. Transportation brought together organizations with a variety of core missions that include public health, expanding business, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and of course, bike issues. On top of that, Measure M’s passage demonstrates L.A. County residents’ desire to create real transportation options.

    While we celebrate the success of our campaign to #MakeLACounty bikeable, livable, and connected, we’re building on that momentum and already planning the next steps needed to ensure our tax dollars are spent on projects that matter to us. Through Measure M’s local return, cities receive money to spend on transportation projects. At LACBC, we’re targeting that at least 10% of that local-return be spent on projects to improve walking and bicycling.

    It is crucial for you, our supporters, to be involved in working with your city council on this set-aside for active transportation. Please stay tuned to our emails as we get this process started. Sign up to be a member and join our continued efforts to #MakeLACounty a healthy, safe, and fun place to bike. Thank you for your support.


    What is Measure M? 

    Measure M, known as the “Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan,” is a half-cent sales tax ballot measure that L.A. County residents voted to pass on November 8, 2016. The measure will provide approximately $120 billion over 40 years for transportation projects. Of that money, over $4 billion is set aside for walking and biking. Measure M will give Los Angeles County its first sustained source of funding for walking and biking projects.

     

     


    Why support Measure M?

     

    Measure M will #makeLACounty...

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    Measure M will take Los Angeles County to the next level of bicycle infrastructure. For example, bicycling from the Valley to Long Beach on the Los Angeles River will finally be made possible, by connecting through the downtown section of the Los Angeles River from the Elysian Valley to Maywood.
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    With Measure M, communities will become more livable with better amenities for people who walk and bike. With sustainable local funding, cities will be able to make streets safer for all people who want to age, live, work and play in place. More livable communities means better quality of life for you and everyone you love.
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    Not only will Measure M further connect Los Angeles County by expanding our rail network, but it will link communities to each other. You will have more reliable and efficient options to get to the people and places that matter. Measure M will bring Los Angeles County together.

    More on Measure M:

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  • published Volunteer 2016-02-09 12:34:42 -0800

    Volunteer with us!

    LACBC has several volunteer opportunities throughout the year, we would love to have you table an event with us, help with membership processing in the office, help distribute merchandise, help with our bike counts and join us for high profile rides!

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    The 2017 L.A. River Ride wouldn't be possible without the help of all our volunteers. Thanks so much for making it another successful ride! 

    Check below for upcoming volunteer opportunities:

     

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  • wants to volunteer 2015-10-06 16:18:13 -0700

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    You will be updated as event dates and locations are added. Glad to have you on the team!

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