Iconic Wilshire Boulevard
April 6, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Downtown <—> Miracle Mile

Along the Route


The following CicLAvia activities will take place along the route, starting at the Eastern end. Please note that all Hubs will offer CicLAvia information and merchandise, free water, restrooms and first aid stations. There is also free bike repair at hubs.


Active Zone featuring REI rock wall, photo booth and yoga.


Charles White Elementary School near hub will feature the work of LA-based artist Kaz Oshiro to encourage kids to make their mark by contributing to a collective painting on the Mobile Mural Lab; DJ at school; Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust Seed Bomb workshop where people can build their own balls of seeds and dirt to spread around and beautify the city.


Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) - Music: Outside of the HOLA Royale art gallery the Jazz Band will perform from 12:00-12:45 and the Rock Band will perform from 12:45-1:45.
Art: The Visual Arts department will offer sidewalk chalk for people to create art on the sidewalk
High School: High school students will be selling snacks and drinks to support the HOLA Prom.


LA Historic Theater Foundation at Wiltern Theater where people can learn the history of the iconic Wiltern Theatre from docents stationed in the ticketing area of this art deco landmark. Also get information on upcoming theatre events, history of other local theatres, and see how to get involved with theatre preservation; "The Ktown Experience" at the Korean Consulate parking lot - 3243 Wilshire Blvd., 90010 (on the northeast corner of Wilshire Blvd. & New Hampshire Ave.) featuring Korean cultural games and prizes, food sampling, entertainment (Choco-pie Eating Contest, Karaoke Contest, Ktown Pop Quiz) free Choco-pies and free I Love Ktown Fanny Packs for cyclists; Wilshire Boulevard Temple will open its doors to show off the newly renovated sanctuary and will offer guided tours.


The Line hotel - will offer $5 bike valet for their biergarten and have a fun art car on display.


This hub is the picture-perfect picnic spot with wide grassy areas, shade and food trucks. Enjoy music by MYfm 104.3.


Craft and Folk Art Museum – music from KCHUNG Radio, macramé keychain and printmaking workshops by artist Jim Olarte, yarn decorating for bikes;

Wende Museum – pop music from former Eastern Bloc countries in front of Berlin Wall segment at 5900 Wilshire Boulevard, photos with cut-out figures from museum collection;

Miracle Mile Chamber/The Lucie Foundation - Giant photo display by Jay Mark Johnson focused on fusing conceptual exploration of time, space, and their relationship to larger cultural narratives by implementing experimental photographic techniques, #inwheeltime, an installation, will showcase images of cycling cultures from Los Angeles and Siem Reap as part of Month of Photography Los Angeles.

Zimmer Museum – fun for kids: pool noodles, bubble machine and temporary tattoos;

Petersen Automotive Museum – crafts for kids, vehicle displays;

Safe Moves – offering kids bike safety lessons;

ForYourArt – “Free Feminist Water!” and stickers featuring images of one of the 300 posters from the (en)Gendered (in)Equity: The Gallery Tally Poster Project exhibition;

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – photo op backdrop featuring giant movie stills from some of the most famous bike scenes in film history, flip book station; ORIGINAL bike from the movie "Breaking Away";

LACMA – regular gallery schedule, bike-themed art workshops for kids on campus grounds;

CicLAvia – CicLAvia video tent where people can share their CicLAvia stories; photo booth where friends and families can capture the day’s memories and share online.

The Mid City West Community Council will also hold their Miracle Mile Art Walk during CicLAvia. Galleries along Wilshire Boulevard and on surrounding streets will be open during the event.


Visit the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles (5505 Wilshire Blvd.) during CicLAvia and learn about the Korean culture!  You can enjoy listening to the traditional Korean drummers beating on their drums and K POP music, while taking pictures with the popular Korean animation characters, 'Chorong-ee’ and ‘Saekdong-ee,’ dressed in their traditional Korean costumes and much more!