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The Tallest Bike in the West: 15 Feet and Riding

The latest CicLAvia was this past month (hope you stopped by the GOOD booth) and the streets of LA were filled with bikes.

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The latest CicLAvia was this past month (hope you stopped by the GOOD booth) and the streets of LA were filled with bicycles. In a sea of bikes, there was one bike that stuck out in particular. This 14.5 foot beauty took, named "STOOPIDTALL," took 12 hours to make. Truly this enthusiast went above and beyond the call of duty.

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Join GOOD at CicLAvia This Sunday to Experience Los Angeles Without Cars

Are you in L.A.? Come join GOOD at the city's fourth CicLAvia. More than seven miles of city streets will be closed to cars. Block party!


One beautiful Sunday back in October 2010, Los Angeles closed seven and a half miles of city streets to cars, turning them over to pedestrians, cyclists, and skaters instead. There was live music, street food, and civic cohesion. It was the city's first CicLAvia (the idea was borrowed from the Ciclovía events in Colombia) and it was, by all accounts, a giant success.

The movement has been gaining momentum ever since, and this Sunday, Los Angeles is hosting its fourth CicLAvia. If you're in the southland, we encourage you to come out. GOOD will be there with a booth on 1st Street between Spring and Broadway. We'll have free issues of the magazine, infographics and maps about transportation in L.A.

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It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Why We're Pro-Carmageddon

Construction work is shutting down L.A.'s 405 freeway and people are being told to stay out of their cars. Sounds like the perfect new holiday.



OMG, have you heard? Construction work in Los Angeles is shutting down the 405 freeway this weekend. They're calling it Carmageddon. With huge delays expected, the city has spent the last month sending its population a single, oft-repeated message: People, stay out of your cars that weekend.

We think this sounds like L.A.'s greatest new holiday.

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