Bobby Gadda

CicLAvia

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Board President of CicLAvia and Program Coordinator at the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

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The LA City Council recently passed an  ordinance  giving bicycle riders the chance to sue automobile drivers for threatening them, harassing them or trying to force them off the…

Bicyclists vs. Motorists on the Streets of LA

The LA City Council recently passed an ordinance giving bicycle riders the chance to sue automobile drivers for threatening them, harassing them or trying to force them off the…

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