Tag Archives: bike
Bike Week LA 2014
Los Angeles has more to offer this week than record high temperatures and Santa Ana winds. May 12 – 18 is Bike Week LA 2014! All week long, Metro is sponsoring events all around town to show the community how feasible it is to commute by bike. The week kicked off Monday with an event […]
CicLAVia: Iconic Wilshire Blvd. – 4/6/2014
CicLAvia–one of my favorite events in Los Angeles! Today’s event was Los Angeles’ ninth installment of the car-free event. Wilshire Blvd. was closed to vehicle traffic from Miracle Mile to the Financial District. Thousands turned out with bicycles, skateboards and roller blades. There were several designated walking areas for those who wanted to enjoy the […]
This Weekend: Giving the Streets Back to Foot and Bike Traffic
If you live or play anywhere near Mid City, do yourself a solid and abandon your car this weekend. Giant portions of major throughways throughout Los Angeles will be shut down for special events. This means massive headaches for drivers. Expect delays that make you with the President was in town. Saturday, the Hollywood Half […]
Should Bicyclists Need a License?
This morning I was a block from home on my ride to work. I was going down a small, yet steep hill with an immediate right turn at the bottom. I had to quickly dart out of the way of another cyclist who was riding down the wrong side of the street. On my ride […]
Merry Belated Christmas!
I hope you are having a beautiful holiday season! For me personally, it’s hard to get in the holiday season. I’m originally from Milwaukee, and my family, by and large, still lives in the Midwest. And it just doesn’t seem like Christmas when I’m enjoying the beautiful 80 degree weather. But with that said, I […]
The Thrill of a New Route
As a biker, you have your regular routes to get you from one neighborhood to another: Venice Blvd. to the beach, 7th St. to DTLA. When I’m going from K-Town near the Sunset corridor of Silverlake, I would typically head north on Heliotrope and right on Santa Monica. It’s a good route. You pass through […]