Tag Archives: cicLAvia
Gordon Teuber: Build San Pedro-Long Beach Bike Linkages, Waterfront Bike Path

Gordon Teuber: Build San Pedro-Long Beach Bike Linkages, Waterfront Bike Path

“[I]n CD 15, we have a lot of opportunity to improve our bicycle opportunities.  We have some of the most beautiful coastline in all of California right in CD 15, in San Pedro, along Paseo Del Mar,” Gordon Teuber, CD 15 candidate, told cyclists at the October 9th Bikeside Speaks. “My vision is that I [...]

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Justin Brimmer Commits to Bringing Backbone Network to Life in CD 15

Justin Brimmer Commits to Bringing Backbone Network to Life in CD 15

“My brother was riding a bike and a 16-wheeler hit him.  He flew up in the air about 30-40 feet, bounced on the ground, and thanks to God, he survived, but that’s a danger,” said Justin Brimmer, CD 15 candidate, at the October 9th CicLAvia edition of Bikeside Speaks.  “We give them bikes, we give [...]

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The Delgado Plan for CicLAvia: Downtown to San Pedro

The Delgado Plan for CicLAvia: Downtown to San Pedro

“You know, I always tell my kids stories about growing up in San Pedro.  How I rode my bike everywhere.  I would ride my bike as a kid all throughout town and all throughout San Pedro,” remarked CD 15 candidate John Delgado at the CicLAvia edition of Bikeside Speaks.  “But there’s one thing you gotta [...]

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CD 15: Candice Graham, Cyclist Coalition Building Takes Center Stage at Bikeside Speaks!

CD 15: Candice Graham, Cyclist Coalition Building Takes Center Stage at Bikeside Speaks!

“Look, there’s no bad part to a bike ride, unless you’re tired. Then it’s uphill from there,” joked CD 15 candidate Candice Graham in September’s Bikeside survey on biking and walking. Graham rides a French racing bike once a week near the Port of Los Angeles and the Harry Bridges Boulevard Buffer Project currently under [...]

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Thank you volunteers, candidates and illustrious helpers at Bikeside Speaks!

Bikeside Speaks was a great success.  We had tons of speakers, from Mayoral candidates Kevin James, and Austin Beutner, to CD 15 candidates Candice Graham, Gordon Teuber, Justin Brimmer and John Delgado.  And 1 of 2 candidates for City Controller: Cary Brazeman.  We had notables like Don Ward and Glenn Bailey.  And we were surprised [...]

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Meet Gordon Teuber this Sunday at CicLAvia!

Meet Gordon Teuber this Sunday at CicLAvia!

“The best part of riding is spending quality time with my 5 year old and wife. We enjoy riding close to the ocean in San Pedro.” So said Gordon Teuber in response to Bikeside’s recent survey of Council District 15 (CD15) candidates.  Gordon didn’t just leave it at that though, he continued: “The worst part [...]

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Justin Brimmer, Frank Pereyda and Rebecca Chambliss to join Bikeside at CicLAvia

Justin Brimmer, Frank Pereyda and Rebecca Chambliss to join Bikeside at CicLAvia

Three candidates for City Council in District 15 (CD15 covers Watts, San Pedro and the Harbor) have confirmed they will attend Bikeside Speaks at CicLAvia.  Justin Brimmer, Frank Pereyda and Rebecca Chambliss will join Bikeside at 1st & Spring outside LAPD Headquarters to share their views on biking, walking, and making LA a more livable [...]

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CicLAvia Kickstarter!

CicLAvia Kickstarter!

Since March 22nd, two days after the LA Marathon, I’ve been training.  I’ve run 1,429.8 miles, all of them in preparation for the Long Beach Marathon.  But then when I heard that the Long Beach Marathon is the same day as CicLAvia – October 9th – I said screw the marathon, I’m going to CicLAvia.  [...]

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20 Questions for 20 Council District 15 Candidates

20 Questions for 20 Council District 15 Candidates

Bikeside has invited candidates of the November 8, 2011 Special Primary election for the Council District 15 seat to take our online biking survey.  The survey data will help us engage the 20 candidates in a conversation about their vision for improving cycling conditions for all Angelenos.  In May 2011, nine of the sixteen candidates for [...]

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Fashion Trends: opaque heel dragging is the new hotness at City Hall

Fashion Trends: opaque heel dragging is the new hotness at City Hall

Almost 6 months after the passage of LA’s 2010 Bike Plan (passed in 2011), City Planning will report to City Council on progress thus far.  Specifically, tomorrow, they will report to the Transportation Committee (and for some reason, DOT Bikeways will not report.) What Council will hear will be a lot of rah rah cheerleading [...]

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