December Luna Ride from CSULA! SATURDAY DEC. 10TH! TONIGHT!

Ovarian Psycos Present: December Luna Ride (female identified only <3)

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It’s that time of the month again, ladies! Ovarian Psyco’s present: December Luna Ride! This month’s Luna ride will be dedicated to ALL the females in the world – for we all are goddesses and we sometimes forget that. At our destination, we will discuss 2011 and what we expect for next year and shake off all the bad energy.

MEET @ 6:30, ROLL OUT PROMPTLY @ 7:00pm

Starts @ CAL STATE LA STUDENT UNION — 5154 State University Drive Los Angeles, CA 90032


6.5 MILES! Remember it’s not a race, but there is a pace!

REMINDERS:– Knowing the strange weather lately; ladies please bring jackets, scarf’s and all that good stuff.
– WORKING bikes: we never leave anyone behind but please, be courteous and have bikes ready to go at departure time
– Lights! It gets dark ladiesss!
– Helmets if you have them! Safety first
– Water, does the body good
– Last but not least, your good spirits ♥ SEE YOU SATURDAY NIGHT! 

Ovarian Psycos+CBE Ride Against Domestic Violence–NOW RESCHEDULED


Ovarian Psycos & Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) present:

Ride Against Domestic Violence!!

Please join us on Sunday Nov. 20 2011 as we ride from South East High School to the CBE offices. Once we get to CBE, we will have a dialogue on Domestic Violence and how our communities react and handle these tragedies.

This is for all of our sisters & brothers who have left this earth too soon and to those how need the helping hand to break free.

We will meet at the South East High main entrance at 2:00PM

Riding out NO LATER THAN 2:30pm

The route is about 3 miles. (It’s not a race, but there is a pace. All riding styles are welcome!!)

6325 Pacific Blvd, Suite 300
Huntington Park, CA 90255 (Red brick building next door to the Deardens)

Can’t make the ride, join us @ CBE for the discussion.


Please have a working bike
Bring a helmet
Bring water
Bring sunscreen
Bring a friend 🙂

Ovarian Psycos Present: Sexual Health and Healing Nov. LUNA Ride-TONIGHT!!


Ovarian Psycos Presents: Sexual Health and Healing



Muxeres! It’s that time of the month again. This month we will be dedicating the LUNA ride to sexual health and sexual healing. The discussion will be held at the breathtaking Rio de Los Angeles and facilitated by an incredible hermana. AND we will also be raffling off “safe sex kits.” Hope you all can make it. It will be chilly so bring a sweater.

START: Mariachi Plaza/Boyle Heights Station
Los Angeles, CA 90033

@ 7:00 PM . Please be prompt!

END: Rio de Los Angeles State Park, Los Angeles, CA
in Cypress Park off of N. San Fernando Road

{5 miles.- medium pace}

As a reminder, LUNA Rides are strictly Womyn-identified only, please*
that means, ladies, leave your men at home
–a helmet and other protective gear you may need!
–a warm sweater
–lots of positive energy, openness and love

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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

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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)


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Beachin Bike Ride Sept 24th!!

Co-Ed Ride to Venice Beach Saturday, September 24th

13 mile bike ride: Eastside meets west side!

Meet at MacArthur Park (Southeast corner:7th & Alvarado)

Ahoy Ladies & Gents! Summer is coming to and end but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! End your summer right with a long and healthy 13 mile ride to “da Westside” Venice beach with the Ovarian Psycos! Then stay and kick it at Venice Beach to your hearts content.

Bring your frisbees, bathing suits, your rockin’ tunes & just come and have an all-around beachin time!

*Reminder: PLEEEEEASE be sure to to bring your WORKING bici’s, helmets, lights, sunblock AND PLENTY OF WATER!! We will be making pitstops!!

September Luna Ride!!! <3

Get ready muxeres! It’s that time of the month again!


This ride we will be “baptizing” the new 1st street bike lane in Boyle Heights! This is also a special time of the month for OVARIAN PYSCOS because September is OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH! We want to recognize all the womyn who have gone through, fought & even passed away due to ovarian cancer (and all other types of cancer as well).

Please be sure to wear your Ovarian Cancer Theme Color: TEAL! And you will be eligible to receive an Ovarian Cancer Wrist Band: which says – “Fight Like a Girl!!”

We will be meeting up at the Gold Line Indiana Station in East Los & ride to the “Cornfield” which is located North of Chinatown and South of Lincoln Heights.

Meeting Up: 8:00 @ Metro Gold Line: Indiana Station
Ride Out: PROMPTLY @ 8:30
Destination: “The Cornfield”

*Please, be sure to bring your bici’s, helmets, lights & ovaries! Please make sure you bring ride-able/working bikes. Also, don’t forget to wear your ovarian cancer theme color TEAL!

June Luna Ride Recap- “Muxeres de la Luna”

June 15, 2011

When I arrived, I felt a rush of excitement running through my body, blood was pumpin, & ovaries we’re MOVIN! I saw a sea of muxeres con sus bici’s. Many were talking, laughing and greeting other womyn with warm hugs and hello’s and the occasional, “DEEENG, WASSUP GIRL!” was heard. Whether you rode by yourself or with a friend, everyone was welcomed with open arms! There were last minute repairs to some bikes, and I have to say, Momma-Ova Monica Perez and Ova Jocelyn Hernandez handled. More than 30 women showed up! It wasn’t until we began to ride down Marengo towards City Terrace when I finally looked up and saw her! Shining BIG & BEAUTIFUL & lighting our way. Coyolxauhqui had come out of hiding and let her light shine to let us know she was present and guiding our journey.

When we arrived at La Mina the womyn were greeted with  music and drumming. International Liberation Photographer, Pocho1,  had this to say about the experience… ” As I silk screen, I hear loud shouts, screams, and howls at the moon. Muxeres who seem to be invading a village or pillaging a men’s establishment when they take over the place. It is nothing but love , respect & education in the air. It was quite an honor to capture la lunada y las Ovarian Psyco-Cycles. Solidarity work is here.”

After we left La Mina, we headed toward the Coyolxauhqui statue on City Terrace and Miller and were greeted by Las Mujeres De Maiz. The Womyn lined up one after another, got smudged and formed a circle around the statue. Fe  Evaone shared a few words and a song giving thanks and respect to the 4 directions as well as Mother Earth and Coyolxauhqui. We were givin tobacco as an offering and placed it on whatever body part we chose to pray for. By the time it reached the last womyn there had been much laughter and to the surprise of many womyn, tears. I heard one womyn say, ” I came here thinking I was going to ride my bike….little did I know I was going to be sobbing.”

If there is one way to describe this night, it wouls be UNBELIEVABLE, UNEXPLAINABLE, & MAGICAL. Definitely a Luna Night to remember ❤

-Maryann Aguirre

Farm ride recap <3

“We didn’t take off until 3pm but we were approximately 20 strong. It was really dope cuz no rider was left behind. One rider  got a flat and a Bici Digna dude stayed behind to help her.

As we waited, we received lots of support from the drivers who drove by us. Once the missing riders were in sight, everybody cheered! YAY!!!! It was a happy moment!

Mayra’s pick for this street was excellent! She wanted to demonstrate more of the community instead of simply ugly factories. Riding down Central felt really awesome because there were lots of people out and the Ovas got lots of exposure. There were even little kids around who were excited to see several cyclists. We’re role models!

So we rode on through to 41st to South Central Farms. There was cheering as we arrived (not sure if it was us or the people already there). Nevertheless, we definitely felt welcomed and the love! We parked our bikes along the fence and enjoyed in the festivities. The Ovas enjoyed mangonadas and the delicious food that ‘Food Not Bombs’ made for everybody.

As for the weather, it was on our side. The sun was out but was not too hard on us. Overall, it was a great day for all!”


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