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Map: Here's The Route For Pasadena's First-Ever CicLAvia

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Just last week, CicLAvia hosted its first-ever car-free event in the Valley, and now the head honchos are gearing up for their next block party in Pasadena on May 31. They released a map today detailing the new Pasadena route.

This Pasadena edition of CicLAvia is the first one in the city, and as with all the other ones, the event encourages folks to bike, walk and skate through the roads, which are closed off to cars from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The route goes along Colorado Blvd. from Bonnie Ave. to Pasadena Ave., with partial side streets blocked off as well, including Raymond Ave. and Lake Ave. It's a short route at only 3.5 miles, but that also means that people can take their time exploring the historic architecture and shops and restaurants along the way.

The route also starts just steps away from the Memorial and Del Mar Metro Gold Line stations, so if you want to ditch your car completely that day, it'll be easy.

Metro helped fund this Pasadena route of CicLAvia, as well as the upcoming ones in Culver City/Venice on Aug. 9 and the Heart of L.A. on Oct. 18.

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