La Jolla student leading ‘Moving Planet’ bike ride

La Jolla's bike path. Light File Photo

La Jolla High School student Ryan Mann wants people to join him at 4 p.m. Saturday for the Moving Planet La Jolla Bike Ride.

The hour-long event is one of thousands of Moving Planet events happening all over the world that are “aimed at hastening the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner, healthier forms of energy and transportation,” he wrote in an e-mail to the Light.

The ride will start at Fire Station 13, 908 Nautilus St., and go down the bike path until it ends in Birdrock. From there it will follow the coast via Camino De La Costa and Neptune Place. The ride will conclude at the start point.
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