Last week was a time for recognition & hope. Let’s get to it:
Congrats to LACBC and the Lamaelle Charitable Foundation for being recognized last week at City Council for Operation Firefly.
Here, Councilman Felipe Fuentes leads the hurrahs:
Always great to get the respect of Jose Huizar:
What? Praise from Gil Cedillo? It was April Fool’s Day.
The official unveiling of our city’s first Great Streets program comes tomorrow, but that didn’t stop infrastructure enthusiasts from getting a sneak peak.
Scoping .@LAGreatStreets + @mitch_englander upgrades to #Reseda– incl crosswalks, sidewalk decor and… #cycletrack!! pic.twitter.com/3oEbImxuEp — LADOT Bike Program (@LADOTBikeProg) April 2, 2015
I’m riding on a protected bike lane in the city of Los Angeles!!! #bikeLA Reseda Blvd @LAGreatStreets pic.twitter.com/HfZuI9t5KW — StreetsblogLA (@StreetsblogLA) April 3, 2015
Bikes for Bender had their 35 or 50 mile ride taking you from Pioneertown up the gravely roads up the San Bernardino Mountains:
You hate it when friends catch you walking up a hill:
Hmmm…. if they only could have swapped in bikes for horses in the Old West:
Great day in #pioneertown today. #bikeforbender #GravelGrinder #Surly #karatemonkey #Singlespeed #CoasterBrake A photo posted by @jeffstanners on