Bike lanes in NoHo or no, thousands of cyclists could be pedaling through the community next year for one of CicLAvia's 2014 rides.
The massive gathering of cyclists drew more than 100,000 participants over the weekend as they cruised through seven-and-a-half miles of Downtown LA streets that were closed to moritists for the occasion.
There will likely be four more CicLAvia events next year and North Hollywood is a candidate for a potential route.
"We want to go to the [San Fernando] Valley, it seems like it's the next natural natural selection for a CicLAvia route," said spokesman Robert Gard.
Easy access to public transit and Metro stops, like the Red Line Station on Lankershim Boulevard, also influence the planning process, he said.
"We try to keep our routes close to public transit and particularly subway rains so it makes it easier for people to get to the route and experience how to use public transit," Gard said.
Participation would mean working with the city's Department of Transportation to shut down streets for CicLAvia, which is also promoted as a day without a car or motorcycle.
Gard added that routes for 2014 rides should be decided in the coming months.
What do you think about CicLAvia passing through NoHo?