CicLAvia Free Drawing

Want to win a free bike? A free hotel stay? For free? Did we say free? It will  cost you... nothing. Why? Because it's free! Look for sign up forms at our hubs during CicLAvia!

 

Enter the drawing at all the hubs at the 4.6.14 CicLAvia!

Novara Big Buzz Bike provided by REI

Win a Novara Big Buzz Bike - generously donated by our friends at REI. Novara Big Buzz is made to take on the city's wide open streets and narrow back alleys with a light, strong frame, all-weather hydraulic disc brakes, flat bar, 27 speeds (!!!) and sturdy tires.

Public C7-3 Bike
PUBLIC is a San Francisco-based bicycle and gear company. They design and sell urban bikes, along with accessories to make riding more enjoyable, practical, and chic.

The PUBLIC C7 is a lightweight, easy-shifting, seven-speed bike designed for stop-and-go city traffic. Old-school aesthetic charm, chic enough to turn heads on city streets!
Hotel Wilshire
Los Angeles' boutique hotel places you in the heart of it all!  Hotel Wilshire's Car Free, Care Free package will make walking and biking key to your stay as they include:
  • One beautifully appointed deluxe room
  • A pedometer!
  • A car free walking map of the area
  • A welcome amentiy of healthy snacks + water + sunscreen
  • Morning coffee and tea service in the living room, with a hosted evening wine reception
  • Free use of the hotel's custom made PUBLIC bike that are at all Kimpton Hotels
  • **Bounce back offer: If guests show the Front Desk they walked 10,000 steps per day with their pedometer, they will receive a special code for 20% off of the room rate during their next stay. (Based on availability)
Tern Bicycles' Link Uno Trolley

Getting from point A to point B doesn't have to be a complicated thing, and neither does your transportation. Enter the chance to win this innovative Tern bicycle - Unfold, ride, arrive. Repeat as needed.

The Line Hotel
The Line is a hotel collaboration by the Sydell Group with Roy Choi, the Houston Brothers, Sean Knibb, and Poketo. The LIne sits alongside Koreatown's famous pre-1940 brick colonial revival buildings, in a neighborhood that's working and playing 24 hours a day thanks to Southern California's highest concentration of restaurants, bars, and round-the-clock businesses.