L.A. may be famous for its smog and traffic, but thanks to organizations such as the nonprofit Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, it's getting to be an increasingly pedal-pushing town, too. In 1998, Joe Linton and Ron Milam founded the LACBC as a way to advocate for more bike-friendly streets in the city. Now, the member-based group is holding a special event in order to pay tribute to its effective community outreach and education. LACBC Open House 2016 honors the history of biking in the City of Angels with music, libations, and scintillating discussions about the two-wheeled vehicle that changed the world.
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