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    Bikes and Hikes Moves to New Location in West Hollywood

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    Bikes and Hikes has moved to a new location in West Hollywood. Their new home is at 7740 Santa Monica Boulevard in Midcity. They moved to their new space on Wednesday and were still painting the walls Wednesday afternoon as they settled into their new home.

    The new space is located next door to the former Studs Theater (formerly known as the Tom Kat Theater, but more famously remembered as The Pussycat Theater). Though the new home is slightly smaller, the upside to their move, according to Jason Bowers, the General Manager, is that they are no longer renters and have actually purchased the property they have moved into. He tells WEHO TIMES that the old space will eventually get redeveloped, so their move was imminent. “We didn’t know where we were going, but we knew we wanted to be in West Hollywood,” he said.

    Bikes and Hikes West Hollywood – WEHO TIMES
    Bikes and Hikes West Hollywood – WEHO TIMES
    Former Bikes and Hikes West Hollywood – WEHO TIMES

    LA Tour guide Erik Hines added that the new location puts them at the center of West Hollywood. They will continue to do tours through Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Los Angeles just like before.

    About Bikes and Hikes:

    Since 2010, Bikes and Hikes LA has introduced thousands of guests to the vibrant city of Los Angeles through unique, sustainable tourism. Their guided biking and hiking tours offer an intimate, health-conscious way to explore LA up close and personal.

    Bikes and Hikes LA specializes in outdoor Los Angeles tours for guests of all ages. They are the number one provider of eco-friendly, outdoor tours in Los Angeles. They offer daily public tours, bespoke private tours, and a dynamic selection of group and corporate tour options… 365 days a year.

    If you’re looking for a unique, fun-filled experience for your family vacation, an intimate private tour with that special someone, an out-of-the-box corporate team-building event, or just the best way to experience LA, click on the link below:

    https://bikesandhikesla.com/

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    Paulo Murillo
    Paulo Murillohttps://wehotimes.com
    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]

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    Kiss it
    Kiss it
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    2 months ago

    They were evicted for nonpayment of rent. That’s why they left the place in shambles. And if you folks don’t like how it looks instead of complaining and running your mouths then go paint over it! That’s all you queens do in this town is run your mouth anyways!

    sdfsd
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    Reply to  Kiss it
    2 months ago

    Yup! Definitely looked like there evicted in the way the were moving. Sad that the homeless are already setting up camps there this morning. Wish Vanderpump would come along and transform that corner like she did at the old pump / Robertson corner.

    Weho artist
    Weho artist
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    Reply to  sdfsd
    2 months ago

    Where is the evidence they were evicted?

    Kiss it
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    Reply to  Weho artist
    2 months ago

    The evidence is right here from my mouth to your ears. I know everything going on this town.

    Kiss it
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    Reply to  sdfsd
    2 months ago

    You’re definitely right that would be wonderful if you would come and make it look beautiful there that is a premier location for a restaurant bar and you can see all the cars driving by all day and night

    tester
    tester
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    Reply to  Kiss it
    2 months ago

    if you knew everything going on in this town you would know this property is about to be developed into housing

    Kevin
    Kevin
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    2 months ago

    I am pretty sure they were forced to move and are not happy about it. Still no reason to deface the building. There is a proposal to build a 6 story apartment building in this spot.

    sdfsd
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    Reply to  Kevin
    2 months ago

    hopefully they just don’t tear down the whole corner and then let it sit empty / boarded u up for years like so many other ‘planned’ projects that aren’t moving forward.

    sam
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    2 months ago

    Interesting that they think it is ok to vandalize their former location as they did. They need to be cited for the blight they left

    John Cleese
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    2 months ago

    That’s how he treats the community that supports his business? I hope he reconsiders his actions and paints it over promptly. If he doesn’t criminal and civil sanctions are justified.

    sdfsd
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    2 months ago

    LOL. Yes, thank you for the eyesore you left in a major intersection. Your new location sucks. Good luck there – next to a vacant movie theater and sidewalk that is now always filthy with trash. you would have been better off changing your business model.

    Tom
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    2 months ago

    Oh don’t worry. That eyesore will be redeveloped into a shiny new underparked mixed-use development just stuffed with undersized, overpriced “market rate” apartments, two or three “affordable” units out back by the dumpsters, ground floor retail/restaurant (also with no parking- it’s right next to bus stops AND bike lanes!!) that will magically not affect traffic in the area but will obliterate the memory of those hideous plywood panels from our psyche. I just hope there’s enough bike racks and scooter recharging stations built in. Get Chelsea on it!

    Weho artist
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    Reply to  sdfsd
    2 months ago

    OR maybe more businesses opening in that corridor will activate the sidewalk.

    Jesus, you are a fucking sourpuss. Nasty and negative.

    Enough!
    Enough!
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    2 months ago

    Maybe they could use some of that new paint to paint over the graffiti they left at their old location. Thanks for leaving us an eyesore.

    sdfsd
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    Reply to  Enough!
    2 months ago

    They vacated like they were evicted..maybe not tho

    Weho artist
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    Reply to  Enough!
    2 months ago

    That little building is going to be demolished for a new apartment development soon. More cheese with your wine?

    https://la.urbanize.city/post/mixed-use-apartment-complex-planned-santa-monica-la-cienega

    Natasha
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    Reply to  Weho artist
    2 months ago

    That article is 2 years old. Where is this new mixed use development???? It figures people can fool you with pretty pictures. You doodle artists are easily fooled. There were pretty pictures of the Melrose triangle project too. Have you seen the building yet? It’s nothing but a big empty hole.

    Weho artist
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    Reply to  Natasha
    2 months ago

    Where is this new mixed use development????”

    Are you stupid? Bikes and Hikes has been operating out of that space until a few days ago.

    The way you refer to project renderings as “pretty pictures” shows you have a low IQ. Developments sometimes take time. This one had to go through a long permitting process that had several re-designs.

    Stick to your fraudulent finance degree, Natasha. You’re out of your league.

    Natasha
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    Reply to  Weho artist
    2 months ago

    Did you like the pretty pictures of the Robertson Lane project too? How about the former French Market project? Most of these developments will never happen because the environment for opening new businesses in West Hollywood sucks and none of these developers can find the anchor tenants they need to finance construction. If they had tenants and thought they could rent the space they would be built already. It’s also a nightmare to build anything in West Hollywood. We have too many princesses like you working at city hall.

    Weho artist
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    Reply to  Natasha
    2 months ago

    anchor tenants they need to finance construction”

    What on earth are you talking about? You have no idea how development works.

    The architect and developer for this project have already completed several projects in and near West Hollywood over the past several years.

    Just because some projects fell through, that doesn’t mean they all do. Natasha, you are beyond stupid at this point. Keep spouting your mouth about things you can’t even comprehend. You complete fraudulent pest.

    Natasha
    Natasha
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    Reply to  Weho artist
    2 months ago

    Whatever you say princess.

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