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CicLAvia Takes Over Wilshire Boulevard On June 23
The next CicLAvia happening this summer will run down Wilshire Boulevard from downtown right through the heart of the city to the Miracle Mile.
The organizers of CicLAvia released a map for the event on June 23 from 9 am until 4 pm. Like the last CicLAvia event, the upcoming route will be linear. It will be a straight-shot down Wilshire Boulevard from its dead-end downtown to the museums on Miracle Mile. There will be "hubs" at the Miracle Mile, Mid-Wilshire, Koreatown, Macarthur Park and One Wilshire in downtown.
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