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Thousands gather in downtown L.A. for CicLAvia bike festival

Thousands of cyclists, skaters and walkers are gathering in downtown Los Angeles today for the 19th CicLAvia, a recurring street festival that celebrates nonvehicular forms of transit.  Attendees are traversing a 5.75-mile car-free route that starts in MacArthur Park, stretches along Broadway in...
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