October Update: Upcoming Events

10/6 – Temple City Unveils Updated Rosemead Blvd. Designs – 7pm
The City of Temple City will unveil updated designs for the planned improvements to the Rosemead Blvd. corridor at Live Oak Park Community Center (10144 Bogue St.). Two sessions are planned: English at 7 p.m. and Chinese at 8 p.m. Child care will be provided.

Planned improvements include new sidewalks, signalized pedestrian crossings, street furniture, landscaped medians, road and drainage improvements, as well as solar powered lighting, public art installations and protected bike lanes (aka cycletracks).

10/9 – CicLAvia!!! – 10-3pm

After taking the summer off, CicLAvia is back and set to be bigger and better than ever!!!  The event’s third itineration includes two new spurs, one into south Los Angeles and another Chinatown, as well as an extension further into Boyle Heights.

The WSGVBC will be hosting a feeder rider along the Arroyo Seco Bike Path to Chinatown. Meet by the entrance of South Pasadena Public Library (1100 Oxley St.) at 9am.

For more info, or to see a map of the new and improved route, see the new CicLAvia website.

10/17 – October Coalition Meeting – 6:30-8:30pm – Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce
The next WSGVBC coalition meeting will be held on Monday October 17th.  The historic El Encanto building, now home to the Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce, will play host to this month’s meeting.  Come enjoy this beautifully restored Spanish revival while discussing our latest plans and efforts to make the WSGV more bike-friendly!  RSVP encouraged.

What: West San Gabriel Bike Coalition Meeting
When: Monday October 17th, 6:30-8:30pm
Where: El Encanto, Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce, 700 El Mercado Ave., Monterey Park

10/22 – MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY – Emerald Necklace Cleanup Ride – 9am-12pm

As part of national Make a Difference Day, the WSGVBC will be hosting a cleanup ride along the Rio Hondo/San Gabriel River Bike Path. Riders of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us. Come make a difference with us, and:

  • enjoy the beautiful fall weather
  • get some much needed exercise
  • make the Emerald Necklace shinier than ever

Riders will meet at Lashbrook Park in the City of El Monte (3141 Lashbrook Ave, El Monte 91733) for park cleanup and ride along the Rio Hondo Bike Trail. 


10/22 – City of Alhambra Community Forum – 10am-2pm
“The City of Alhambra wants to Know: How do YOU Envision Alhambra?”  Alhambra Council Member Gary Yamauchi will host a community open house from 10am-2pm on October 22nd to solicit feedback from the public on transportation, land-use, housing, parks and recreation, and public services issues as the City looks to update the General Plan. The meeting will be an excellent opportunity to discuss safety issues facing pedestrians and cyclists in Alhambra.  The meeting will be held at Almansor Park Gym. For more information, check out the City’s event flyer.    

Safe riding.


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