Brunching in Burbank Along the Sunny River Path

Eat your heart out, east coast. Today we enjoyed a 70 degree sunny, clear blue sky as we rode a few miles along the LA River Path into Burbank for brunch. We followed the beginnings of a network of bike lanes and sharrows in Burbank to our restaurant, Sweetsalt Foods, on Riverside Drive. It was about an 18-mile ride round trip. Burbank has recently approved both a bicycle master plan and a city general plan (for development and growth) and will soon be seeing better alternative transportation infrastructure that will make riding there even better. Might today’s group also suggest to the city smoother roadways and improved road conditions? Somewhere along those roads I hit a bump that gave me a snake bite (punctured tube from it pinching the two sides of the rim inside the tire). Not fun to walk out of the restaurant to, but luckily last December’s bike workshop brushed me up on my flat tire skills!

On the path heading north to Burbank from Atwater Village.

On the path heading north to Burbank from Atwater Village.

February Bike Brunch group

Flat tires are never convenient but easily (and quickly) can be changed to get back on the road.

Flat tires are never convenient but easily (and quickly) can be changed to get back on the road.

 

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