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Bike to Work Day: Culver City Pit Stop
Bike to Work Day: Culver City Pit Stop

Thu, May 19


Culver City

Bike to Work Day: Culver City Pit Stop

Bike to Work Day gives us an opportunity to thank those who bike to work and school. These are the folks who "walk the walk" when it comes to actively addressing climate change. We encourage everyone to jump on a bike when you head to work or school. Let's enjoy Bike to Work Day together!

Time & Location

May 19, 2022, 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM

Culver City, 8840 National Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, USA

About the event

This year, Bike Culver City, a local LACBC Chapter is celebrating Bike To Work Day on May 19th from 7:30 am  - 10 am. Stop and say hello on the Washington Blvd side of the Ivy Station Building next to the Culver City Bike Lanes OR at the Duquesne entrance to the bike path happening at the same time.

Chapter members will hand out Bus Culver City Swag and a Bike Culver City card. Bike Culver City invites bike commuters to then head over to Equator Coffees shop for a sponsored coffee and small treat by flashing their Bike Culver City card and saying "Everything is better on a bike!"  

About BikeCulverCity

BikeCulverCity, previously the Culver City Bicycle Coalition (CCBC), is a volunteer and member-supported chapter of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition that encourages cycling, educates cyclists and motorists for safer streets, and advocates to make Culver City more bike-friendly. 

About Equator Coffees

In 1995, Equator Founders Helen Russell and Brooke McDonnell began their values-driven path, roasting coffee in a Marin County, CA garage. Possessing an obsessive commitment to green coffee sourcing and unparallelled roasting expertise, Helen and Brooke have committed 25+ years to sustainable & fair trade coffee practices all in the name of creating a remarkable coffee experience for consumers. Today, Equator Coffees is a retail and wholesale coffee roaster & coffee farm owner with ten retail cafes throughout Northern California - from Marin County to San Francisco to Oakland and beyond - to their eleventh (opening soon), and first Southern California shop, in Los Angeles. Throughout the years, Equator Coffees has spearheaded industry-leading sourcing and roasting practices, and has forged progressive partnerships with Michelin-starred chefs, specialty grocers, tech campuses, and more. Women-owned, LGBTQ-founded and an early adopter of Fair Trade certification, Equator Coffees is the first California coffee roaster to achieve B-Corp Certification.

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