Channel 5 news reporter and animal advocate Lu Parker tweeted a picture of her and the boyfriend, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, prepping for Sunday's fourth CicLAvia. "Hope U can join us @villaraigosa 2morrow @CicLAvia I've pumped up the tires on my Earth-Cruiser. Ready to roll." This edition has a ten-mile route, basically from Hollenbeck Park to the Bicycle District behind City College, with spurs along Main Street to El Pueblo and Olvera Street and to the southern end of Downtown on Central Avenue. Major streets affected include Spring, 1st and 7th. See the map below.
Towing of parked cars can begin any time after 1 a.m., the affected streets begin to close about 8 a.m, and the route is officially open only to bikes, skates, baby strollers and feet (and anything else you can think of) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Click to enlarge. Here's the map as a printable PDF.