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Bike Summer!

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With the debate going on on this site this week about whether or not Angelenos are good drivers, maybe it's time to put away the car keys and practice switching gears. Bike Summer is about to enter its final days in Los Angeles. The month long event is all about bicycle love. Today and tomorrow, Bike Summer also coincides with the Bicycle Film Festival. Starting this evening, the Vine Theatre will be wall to wall shorts, films and documentaries about people who like their rides people-powered. If you want to do more pedaling than watching, you can join Critical Mass as they take back the streets of Central LA and the west side tonight.