October Luna Ride–Tod@s Somos Cindi Santana

Rest in Paradise Cindi Santana 9.30.11

On Friday, September 30th, 2011 the community

lost a beautiful, smart, young mujer.

Cindi Santana was only 17 years young when her life was TAKEN from her due to an ex-boyfriend who took his anger and frustrations too far and took the life of his ex-girlfriend.


Ovarian Psycos will be dedicating this month’s Luna Ride to domestic violence awareness and in remembrance of Miss Santana.♥

We will ride from Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights to the Coyolxauhqui ceremony in City Terrace
Meet up at 7:15 pm
Ride out at 8:00 pm
Ceremony will start around 9 pm

We will be making an altar for Cindi together after the ceremony
If you would like to, please bring candles, flowers, pictures

The ride will be about 3.5 miles


-Bring your bike lights
-Working bikes!! We can not stress this enough.
-We don’t leave anyone behind but please understand that we try to be prompt.

Thank you.

With love,

The Ovas

To find out more about how you can help please visit: http://www.facebook.com/pages/In-Memory-of-Cindi-Santana/254967817878002


To RSVP for the ride on Facebook please visit: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=228051320584378

Ride with Las Ovarian Psycos at CicLAvia!! Sunday, October 9th!

This Sunday October 9th, join Ovarian Psycos at CicLAvia!

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It’s HERE!! Another wonderful ride put on by the CicLAvia folks!

CicLAvia temporarily removes cars from LA streets – and the streets fill up with smiles! CicLAvia is not just for recreation. It is social integration.”

Come ride in solidarity with us as we continue to support & strive for:

– Public Space
– Public Health
– Community & Economic Development
– Pedestrian & Bicycle Advocacy


Hollenbeck Park – Boyle Heights

415 S Saint Louis St
Boyle Heights, California
Meet up time: 9:00 AM

Ride out: 9:30 AM

Distance: About 10 miles (one way)


RSVP on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=236530326396481

Avocado Salad Recipe


(serves 4-6 people)

  • 2-4 ripe avocados
  • 2 cans whole black beans
  • 2 cans whole corn
  • 4 roma tomatoes
  • 1 red onion (or white)
  • sea salt (or kosher; preferably not any refined or iodized salt)
  • lemon
  • serve with tostadas

Finely chop your tomatoes, onion and avocado. Mix into a bowl with your black beans and corn. Sprinkle salt and lemon to taste and ay esta! Serve on your favorite tostadas.

This recipe is a hit with the Ovas. Not only is it delectable, but the health benefits are amazing! For example, avocados help with nutrient absorption and have anti-inflammatory benefits (i.e. it’s good for that arthritis!). Black beans are high in fiber, folate, protein, and antioxidants and help support a healthy digestive tract. Avocados and black beans are both great for blood sugar regulation (’cause nobody wants diabetes!), improve cardiovascular health (gotta keep that corazon healthy) and have even been linked to reducing the likelihood of certain cancers! Nutritionists also note that a diet low in sodium (salt) can reduce the risk of high blood pressure which afflicts nearly one in three Americans and is a leading cause of cardiovascular disease!

Recipe Courtesy of Ovarian Psyco Maryann Aguirre  ❤

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