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06/12/2008: "Stitching the River, 3rd Edition"
If you're in or near Los Angeles, you're invited to the 3rd Edition of the "Stitching the River Ride" over downtown Los Angeles's Art Deco bridges in about a week and a half, on Sunday, June 22nd. We'll meet by the statue of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen in Chinatown, two blocks from the Metro Gold Line's Chinatown station, at 10AM, hang around a while, then hit the road by 10:30.

This ride is CVC-compliant--we stop at red lights, take only one lane, etc; we also stop for flat tires, photo ops, or just because we feel like it! it's a great way to see parts of Downtown that most people ignore.

It will be a brief ride, maybe 22 miles, but it includes repeated short though occasionally steep hills, some traffic, and imperfect road surfaces. Here's a Map to the meeting place.

If you want to read about my "Stitching the River" scouting ride, go to my Ride Report.

This is a social ride, and if you decide to tag along, you assume all responsibility for your own safety. But you'll enjoy it anyway!

Write me with questions or comments through our online form, please.

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