The second rendition of CicLAvia is this Sunday, April 10 from 10 am to 3 pm. If it’s anything like the first one, you can expect to see thousands of your fellow Angelenos enjoying their city in a way that just isn’t possible the rest of the year. They’ll be strolling down the middle of the 4th Street Bridge marveling at the beauty of the river and the skyline. They’ll be skating into Koreatown on 6th Street admiring the architecture of the First Congregational Church and the Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (originally Temple Sinai). Or, they’ll be sitting on the sidewalk on Heliotrope sipping a savory cappuccino from Cafecito Orgnico watching the sea of humanity at the Bike District. Whether you bike, walk, skate, run or just sit, CicLAvia will transform the way you feel about Los Angeles.
Once you’ve promenaded along Spring without a car in sight and you’ve crossed over the Harbor freeway and viewed the LA skyline without traffic, something clicks inside. For five hours this Sunday, we’re recuperating our city and giving it to the people who live here.
It’s a fleeting but powerful moment to claim the right to your streets and to your own city.
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