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October 27, 2014 Event 0 Comments

Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 8:30am

Save the Date for Our Next Sunday Funday Ride to Welcome California by Bike Surf N Turf Riders

Organized by Santa Monica Spoke, LACBC, and CalBike Board member Cynthia Rose, this ride will be a little different from other Sunday Funday Rides, as we will be riding up Pacific Coast Highway to meet with the CalBike's California by Bike Tour Surf N Turf. We'll ride to Nicolas Canyon Beach in Malibu where we will join CalBike for lunch ($10 catered lunch or bring your own). Snacks will be provided.

After lunch we will ride as a group back to the Santa Monica Pier where we are planning a Happy Hour nearby where all are invited! Ride is 26.3 miles in each direction (52.6 total)

When: Sunday, November 2; meet at 8:30 a.m., Roll at 9:00 a.m.
Where: Meet at Santa Monica Pier, top by the Canon
RSVP: RSVP here, with an option to purchase lunch for $10. Lunch purchases must be made by Thursday, October 30th.

This is not a roadie race; we will travel at an easy pace but ask riders to stay focused and make the effort keep the group together. Use your judgement if you think you can make this trip. Please do not hesitate to inquire if you have questions or concerns. There is the option to return on Metro 534 from Trancas (4.3 miles from south of Nicolas Beach lunch stop). Because of the route, children cannot participate unless they are attached to adult rider bike or they are capable of keeping up a reasonable pace.

More info to be updated at SMSpoke.org.

October 2, 2014 Event 0 Comments

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 7:00am - 8:00pm

P Is for Parks! Support Prop P This November

LACBC is proud to endorse Proposition P this fall, which replaces an expiring tax that provides $54 million per year for parks, greenways and open space throughout Los Angeles County. Proposition P is a $23 per parcel special tax that will fund many park improvement, water quality and maintenance projects for 30 years.

Many of our favorite parks and bike path amenities were funded by Prop P's predecessor, including pit stop locations for our LA River Ride, greenways along the Ballona Creek bike path and the Emerald Necklace in the San Gabriel Valley. Prop P will provide critical funding to complete the LA River Greenway by 2020, and build new trails along its tributaries. All for less than $2 per month! To find out more about Prop P, read this Fact Sheet or attend an information session near you.

Vote P for Parks on November 4th!

Check out our other resources, including candidate surveys for Sheriff and 3rd District Supervisor, at la-bike.org/vote

Get general info, see if you are registered, find your polling place, etc. here: http://lavote.net/