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It Was a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood for 100,000 Angelenos at CicLAvia

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Yesterday was a gorgeous April day for 100,000 walkers, bikers and skaters to take over the streets of Los Angeles from East Hollywood to Boyle Heights. The Bogota-inspired, bike-centric CicLAvia kicked off for the fourth time and seemed to off without a hitch—or even a single arrest. It's hard to think of a more flawless communal experience in the city.