CicLAvia and Mole Festival Combine for Downtown LA Blowout, Sunday 10/7

Two attractions are coming to Downtown LA on Sunday, October 7.  While they couldn’t be more disparate, the combination blends perfectly. Grab your bike and work up an appetite.

  1. CicLAvia – Approximately 10 miles of DTLA streets will be blocked off for the exclusive use of bikes, strollers, skateboards, and walkers.  From north to south, main streets will be cruisable from Chinatown to USC.  The west to east route will keep people peddling from MacArthur Park to East LA.  Activities will be available for participants along the route as shops and restaurants open their doors for the event.  For more details, visit the CicLAvia website.


    Major streets criss-crossing Downtown Los Angeles will be open to bikes, skateboards, and foot traffic this Sunday.

  2. Feria De Los Moles – Billed as the largest Mexican food festival in the US, this party brings to light the culture behind the creation of a treasured Mexican dish: mole.  More than 30,000 visited the Olvera Street event last year to sample the savory sauce in a variety of dishes.  Along with food from 24 mole vendors, music and entertainment are provided for a family friendly celebration.  The event is free to enter; food available for purchase.  For more details, check out Feria De Los Moles online.


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