The organizers of Ciclavia have done a great job growing ciclovías in Los Angeles, inspired by their origin in Bogotá, Columbia, and spread throughout the world. Traffic jams and congestion at Ciclavia 2013 from downtown to the ocean demonstrate the pent up demand for biking in Los Angeles. Ciclavia should be, if not a daily experience, a weekly event on Sundays with major boulevards in every direction closed to cars and trucks. New York City closes off Central Park to vehicles, and the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway is open every day for biking, walking, running, and skating. Los Angeles can do better.