A lot of the riders were also decked out in Santa costumes.
The 101st running of the Tour de France began Saturday, July 5th and will run through Sunday, July 27th. In total, the finishing teams/riders will have traveled 2,276.7 miles (3,664 kilometers) on their way to a chance at victory.
Organizers say the event is legal in Los Angeles “as long as it is nude and not lewd.”
Ride-share car service Uber is now letting its users pay for their rides using PayPal.
The parent company of Southern California’s Knott’s Berry Farm says it’s temporarily shutting down all six of its Windseeker rides at parks in the U.S. and Canada after riders at Knott’s were stranded 300 feet high for 3½ hours this week.
A ride malfunctioned at Knott’s Berry Farm Wednesday, the second time in two weeks the attraction has left riders dangling from on high.
Metrolink fares will jump seven percent on July 1. Officials say the increases are a last resort to avoid service cuts as the agency looks to fill a $13 million funding gap triggered by additional labor costs and the rising cost of diesel fuel.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is set to scale back about 4 percent of its bus service starting this summer and again in December.
A surprise spring soaking did little to deter bicycle enthusiasts from taking to the streets.
Taking an unsafe turn on your Harley in Riverside County? You better be prepared to pay up.
A group of local bus riders says it’s about time their civil rights complaints about the Metropolitan Transit Authority were investigated.
The Classic took yet another turn Friday night. 20,000 once again filled Weingart Stadium for the 76th edition of The East L.A. Classic. Fans and players alike were treated to a new look on the field.