Santa Barbara’s Seavees—California fashion label—has teamed up with locals Linus Bikes where they have made a *bike*. It’s being auctioned off now: you have until tomorrow to place a bid!
Los Angeles Walks is having an event on August 16 that will go from the Chinatown Gold Line to Dodger Stadium. Fun!
The Glendale-Hyperion Bridge has been very divisive as it is getting revamped—and could potentially be a highway. Good news, though: apparently bikes lanes *are* going to make it onto the street. Nice!
North Hollywood Toyota is a pretty bizarre place. Why? They have mannequins on the roof! You’ve seen them—now know the story behind them.
A few weeks ago, I had a meeting all the way out in Playa Vista. This means I basically had to get to the ocean, to North LAX—and I don’t have a car. I have the Metro and I have my bike: how would I fare? Not bad, actually, thanks to the Ballona Creek Bike Path. Have you been on it? It’s a very urban, Culver-City-through-Marina-Del-Rey-adjacent LA River thoroughfare that is less travelled than the East LA River. Ballona Creek is like a secret passage to the Westside. It’s worth checking out, if you’ve never ventured out here (or want a change of scenery).