credit: Emma Anderson
Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

Cyclists dominate the road at CicLAvia

Cars cleared the way for thousands of cyclists on May 31 in honor of Pasadena’s very first CicLAvia.

Colorado Boulevard, home to Old Town Pasadena, Vroman’s Bookstore, and Canterbury Records (to name a few), shut down 3.5 miles of its road to spread the love for alternative transportation.

CicLAvia is a free event occurring three times a year for the public to experience Southern California streets car free.  The event attracts people from different ethnic backgrounds,  while being both kid and pet friendly.  Whether you’re a cyclist, skateboarder, or pedestrian, CicLAvia lets you explore all the neighborhood gems up close.

Here are a few pictures from the event:

CicLAvia Pasadena was a big success and hopefully will become a regular Pasadena event. Mark your calendars for the next CicLAvia on August 9 from Venice Beach to Culver City.