Promoting bicycle use for transportation, work, leisure, and sport in Los Angeles with bike education programs that teach people of all ages how to use bicycles safely and legally for everyday mobility needs.
Watch this video to learn how Boulder created its transportation systems not only for cars, but rather for all modes. How many examples like this will it take for the Los Angeles area to get with it and provide its citizens with multimodal choices?
Come ride the Crenshaw Crush, sponsored by the LA Greensters this Sunday, Sept. 27. Meet up at 8 AM Leimert Park: Crenshaw Blvd. and Vernon Ave. where we will begin a 22 mile cultural discovery ride of the Crenshaw District. The ride departs at 9 AM and will conclude at approximately 1 PM back at Leimert Park. Bring water, sunscreen and portable snacks in addition to your bike and helmet. Faster riders can sign up for the Poker Ride at the meet up. See you Sunday.
Park[ing] Day LA is here again and the Greensters are putting a new twist on their park's theme with a mobile Load[ing] Zone that will travel around Los Angeles distributing Pocket Park[ing] seed bombs and tasty treats to park visitors. Anyone is welcome to come along for the ride, on a bike of course. In the morning you can meet us at Media Park in Culver City we will be pulling out around 10am to set up our first park, the location will be disclosed at the meet up. If you are not a morning person, come join us at Hel/Mel at 2 pm or meet us at Echo Park around 7pm.
President of Sustainable Streets, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation located in Los Angeles with a mission of building healthy communities by encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to engage in active transportation for their everyday mobility needs.
Volunteer work includes serving on the Public Advisory Committee for Culver City's bicycle pedestrian master plan, BikeWritersCollective, Bike Working Group steering committee, LA Greensters, Heal the Bay, TreePeople, and Greenpeace.