Along streets from Culver City to Venice bicycles replaced cars for the 14th edition of CicLAvia yesterday.
Traffic in Los Angeles took on a different spin with more than 20,000 bicyclists, pedestrians, and others using non-motorized modes of transportation hit the streets.
Washington and Venice boulevards were amongst the six miles of streets along the route that were closed to cars between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Mar Vista resident Veronica said yesterday’s event was third time her family had participated in CicLAvia “I felt this was the most organized I’d seen it. It was so easy for us to ride here and get into the course.” said Veronica.
Los Angeleno Michael had said he was looking forward to hitting the bars in Venice at the end of a long day cycling.
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