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Alex Amerri

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Creator of RIDE-Arc, tours of Los Angeles by bicycle, and graduate of SCI-Arc, Southern California Institute of Architecture. His favorite building is the Watts Towers

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If you think LA is a city of cars and freeways, think again.  Rising energy prices, choking traffic and worries about the environment may turn tomorrow’s southland into a world full of…

Do You Want to Ride Your Bicycle?

If you think LA is a city of cars and freeways, think again.  Rising energy prices, choking traffic and worries about the environment may turn tomorrow’s southland into a world full of…

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