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Car Free SFV – Yoga + Bike Ride Sunday May 4th

Car Free SFV is this Sunday May 4th

Join us to celebrate biking and walking in the valley!



Early Morning Yoga 

(no mat required) with YoCycle’s fabulous instructor Sharon Porat!

Time: 8:45 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Place: LA River Greenway at Valleyheart Drive and Radford Avenue in Studio City, two blocks north of the Studio City Farmer’s Market.


May The Forest Be With You Bike Ride

Meet and Register: 9:30 a.m

Ride: 10:00 a.m.

Start location: LA River Greenway at Valleyheart Drive and Radford Avenue in Studio City, two blocks north of the Studio City Farmer’s Market.

Ride Description:

14 mile ride on bike lanes and bike paths (riders must be over 10).

First stop:  Orange Line Busway, where Metro will have a demo bus so riders can learn how to put a bike on the bus.  A solar company will also promote solar energy options.

Second stop: The Valley Bikery!

The ride will end with a raffle of some great prizes!


 Car Free SFV Special Promotions:

Show your TAP card or your Car Free SFV sticker (you’ll get it when you register for the ride or scavenger hunt) to get the following special promotions from businesses on May 4:

Tuning Fork Gastropub – 25% off all food

California Pizza Kitchen (Studio City) – free small plate with $10 minimum order

The Counter Studio City – 10% off

ChinChin (Studio City) – 15% off

Studio Cycle Company – 15% off

Road Runner Sports Studio City – 10% off (VIPs receive an extra 15% if they can show they are car-free)

Big Sugar Bakeshop – free cookie

Peet’s Coffee & Tea (Studio City) – free small coffee


Pledge to go Car-free or Car-light on May 4th here!


Car Free San Fernando Valley is a collaborative event sponsored by non-profit organizations, local businesses, schools, and local government to empower the community to go Car-Free (or even car-light) just for a day.

By choosing to walk, bike, carpool, or take public transit on May 4th, you will see how easy it is to use alternative transportation and how enjoyable it is to minimize traffic congestion.