Camp coffee gatherings add adventure to everyday routines! For us itâ€™s #BallonaCreekCampCoffee!
Special Bike Week EditionÂ on the jetty off of Poseur Bridge in between MDR and Playa. Hereâ€™sÂ locationÂ and ourÂ route. We will be cooking breakfast food to share too! Join the Fun.Â Questions?
Bring the stuff to BYO â€œbrew you ownâ€ or just bring a full cup of your morning beverageÂ with you 🙂 Search Instagram for lots of photos, Â #â€Žballonacreekcampcoffee.Â If youâ€™re on the east side lookÂ up withÂ #â€Žlarivercampcoffee!
Hard to believe it was three years ago we were celebrating theÂ announcement of our Bike Friendly Community Silver AwardÂ from theÂ League of American Bicyclists, Â Bicycle Friendly CommunitiesÂ (BFC).
NowÂ as we continue ourÂ quest for GOLD, join us on a GuidedÂ CityÂ TourÂ of some of our newest bike lanes,Â infrastructure and MANGo.Â We will start with a visit to the nearly complete Esplanade andÂ ourÂ DTSM protectedÂ 2 way cycle track and the Expo II 4th Street Station. Give input, ask questions hear about whatâ€™s up next â€“ The rideÂ begins in front ofÂ Santa Monica City, 1685 Main Street meet at 5:00pm
We dinedÂ Monday at a favorite local eatery, theÂ Veggie Grill! Â Veggie Grill will donate 33% of all receipts* forÂ customers that mentioned Santa Monica Spoke all day!
Bike Night is more than just bikes. You are invited to Bike Night at Union Station, hosted by Metro and partners. Join us for music from Jungle Fire, raffles and games, awesome prizes from Public Bikes and Tern Bicycles
The highlight of the evening, a bicycle fashion show which willÂ feature works by OTIS Fashion Design students under the direction of Todd Oldham, presented with a sneak preview of the Downtown LA bike share Metro Bikes.
Bike Night is free and will feature special guests, live music and entertainment, complementary bike valet, and non-hosted food trucks and vending.
This spectacular evening wraps up Metroâ€™s 2016 Bike Month.
Visit all three Santa Monica Stations, each is planned to be themed differently – Santa Monica Spoke isÂ planned to be at all three stations. At 4th Street we’ll be moving about with the Big Purple Cargo Bike, at 17th and at 26th St/ Bergamot we will be in the Mobility Hub – Look for #GoSaMo.
This historic event is one not to be missed.
Local Station activities will be hosted at all three Santa Monica stations at 26th St/Bergamot Station (at Olympic and 26Â thÂ Street), and 17thÂ St/SMC Station (at Colorado and 17thÂ Street), and Downtown Santa Monica Station (at Colorado and 4thÂ Street) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and fares will be free on May 21 on the Expo Line as well as on Big Blue Bus and Breeze Bike Share. Each of the new stations in Santa Monica will celebrate the opening and various locations will provide information about local transportation options, and encourage attendees to get out and about to enjoy local businesses and activities happening throughout the day.
Updates posted as they are released.
An opening ceremony hosted by Metro will kick off service on the Expo Line, which is the first scheduled passenger train in Santa Monica since the Red Car ended service in 1948. There will be a banner break just east of the Downtown Station located at Colorado and 4thÂ Street. Elected officials from Los Angeles, Metro, Expo and Santa Monica will converge to officially open the seven stations that are part of the Expo Line Phase 2 extension. The line is expected to be open to the public in the afternoon and rides will be free.