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CicLAvia: Live Twitter updates

April 21, 2013|By Los Angeles Times staff
  • Cyclists participate in CicLAvia near the downtown start of the course.
Cyclists participate in CicLAvia near the downtown start of the course. (Christina House / For The…)

CicLAvia is expected to draw an estimated 100,000 people onto car-free streets of Los Angeles today.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and temporarily closes 15 miles of roads, prompting warnings to motorists about the potential for major delays.

L.A.'s CicLAvia was inspired by Bogota, Colombia's Ciclovia, which has been staged in that traffic-choked city for 30 years.

Along the route from downtown L.A. to the sea in Venice there are food trucks, DJs, a rock-climbing wall, a marching band and various arts-and-crafts booths.

Here's a look at what Times reporters, and others attending the event, are tweeting about:

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MAP: CicLAvia route

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