Spokes People

As longtime activists push to make the gridlocked city more bicycle friendly a new wave of riders is partying in the streets, challenging city hall, and even taking to the freeways. Is bike culture here to stay?
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The Ride of Way: A View of Los Angeles from a Bicycle Seat

L.A. is becoming more bike friendly, but it has miles to go before being safe for cyclists

A Walker in L.A.: Heels on Wheels

Is it cheating to talk about biking for a change?

Gear Shift

Underfoot, on a wrist, or beneath a weary hamstring, sometimes a nifty gadget lends support

Here Are the 12 Best Things to Do in L.A. in April

Your guide to the month’s can’t-miss events in and around L.A.
British Polo Day

Party Shot: John Haigh Playing Bike Polo for Homeboys

British Polo Day USA gave the horses a short rest
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How to Spend a Dozen Hours in Frogtown

From morning in a riverside park to night at a hipster hotspot

Where to Eat and What to See on CicLAvia’s Iconic Wilshire Boulevard Ride

What would a day without cars on Wilshire look like? CicLAvia wants you to find out

So Long, Training Wheels

It’s a day every parent looks forward to: teaching their child how to ride a bike. It’s a milestone that’s fraught with potential hiccups—scraped knees (or worse), frustration, and stress. Hey, it’s not easy to let go