Power to the peaceful

Sunday, September 9, 2018

 Artwork by  Jeremy Collins

Artwork by Jeremy Collins

 
 

Stories that changed the face of Los Angeles

We are excited to bring the LA Explorers Club back for our first ride in over a year on Sunday, September 9th.  The Power to the Peaceful ride shares inspirational stories about individuals and community groups of the past that took a stand to protect and preserve the neighborhoods, civil rights and the natural environment that make up the framework of  Los Angeles today.   As Angelenos, we enjoy the freedoms, city parks, and diverse neighborhood cultures because of the efforts of many that came before us.  Exploring these stories will hopefully inspire us to not to be complacent as community members but to stay engaged and active in the continuing development of our city.  We know there are many people and places worth mentioning, and we hope to make this a reoccurring ride series.  To start, we will focus on the Echo Park and Silverlake neighborhoods, which does involve some hill riding, so keep that in mind when you consider this ride.

The ride begins at 33 Taps on Sunset Blvd. at Lucille (next door to Golden Saddle Cyclery) in Silverlake and ends at The Semi-Tropic on Glendale.  It is a one way ride, so please plan your day accordingly.  Pack a lock, water and snacks, and your I.D.   Details and tickets available below.

 Photo by Spencer Harding

Photo by Spencer Harding


Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018

10:30-11:30am // Ride Registration- 33 Taps, 3725 W. Sunset Blvd..  Please arrive early to enjoy a cold beer compliments of New Belgium Brewing.  Food available for purchase.

12pm Sharp // Ride Departs (15 miles total)

3:30pm (Estimated) // Ride Ends- The Semi Tropic, 1412 Glendale Blvd.. Enjoy a refreshing beer compliments of New Belgium Brewing.  Food available for purchase.

Good Things to Know:  Ride at your own risk.  We obey all traffic laws and rules of the road.  No alcohol during the ride.  Helmets are optional.  Bike lock, water and snacks are recommended.  We offer a guided, one way ride that is 15 miles and does include some hills.  Although it is not an advanced ride, we do recommend a bike with gears.  No beginners please.  Ride is 21 years or older, so please bring I.D.

Questions?  Shoot us an email.

 
 Photo by Julio Bustamante

Photo by Julio Bustamante



Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading...

Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.




Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading...

Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.


 

Big Thank You to our 'Power to the Peaceful' Ride Partners

 Photo by Julio Bustamante

Photo by Julio Bustamante