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CicLAvia takes over a 7-mile route in Harbor region

CicLAvia takes over a 7-mile route in Harbor region

Cyclists will rule the road Sunday along a 7-mile stretch near the Port of Los Angeles for the 22nd CicLAvia — a recurring car-free festival.

During the event, which started at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m., thousands of people on bike, foot and skateboards are expected to trek through the city’s Harbor region. Event planners hope people will stop along the route, which is dubbed “San Pedro Meets Wilmington,” to explore, get snacks and play cornhole or vintage board games.

From Eubank Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway in Wilmington, the route heads south, hugging the 110 Freeway, before eventually heading to 22nd Street and Pacific Avenue in San Pedro. But event planners stress...

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