Life Before License: 3rd meeting, this Sunday, 1-3pm

Life Before License will have it’s 3rd organizing meeting this Sunday afternoon – details below.  We’re almost ready to roll out this campaign, so this is the best time to get in on what’s destined to be a great campaign to change state law.  If you’d like to participate, but can’t make the meetings – email me at

The hit and run survey has been getting a lot of action and we’re up to 230 responses!  Thanks to everyone who took five minutes to run the 5 question gauntlet.  A special shout out to Chris Kostman of AdventureCORPS, who tweeted and promoted the survey.  I’ve run into Chris here and there over the years, and the things that he and other members do in the name of adventure define epic – check out the Furnace Creek 508 for example.  Rach Stevenson, Kay, and Gary Kavanagh – Life Before License team members – deserve some recognition for doing great outreach the last two weeks for Life Before License.

I hope you’ll join us Sunday, even if it is short notice:

Life Before License organizing meeting
Sunday, September 12th, 1pm – 3pm
Seventh Day Adventist Church of Hollywood
1711 N. Van Ness Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

*classroom – enter parking lot and look for bikes!*

Alex Thompson

Bikerowave co-founder, Cyclists' Bill of Rights co-author, President of Bikeside, and Math Phd. HULK SMASH straight from Michigan!

3 thoughts on “Life Before License: 3rd meeting, this Sunday, 1-3pm

  1. Great! Thanks for organizing a necessary campaign with a great tag line.
    I’ll be there, and stiill have time to get back for my own organizing meeting in Beverly Hills for bike lanes on Santa Monica Blvd. All are welcome! We had a nice turnout last Sunday, our first meeting, and we’re champing on the bit to put the pressure on BH policymakers for bike lanes and other infrastructure and programmatic bike-friendly innovations. Read about it on our wiki:

  2. Sweet – stoked that you’ll be there Plebis! Make sure you get Mihai involved in the SM/BH campaign, and maybe he can cover it here at Bikeside and put some eyes on the problem (1000 a post!)

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