Los Angeles’ seventh CicLAvia was held Sunday from Downtown LA to Miracle Mile. A 6.3-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard (between Grand [at the "One Wilshire Hub"] and Fairfax Avenue) was closed off to vehicles from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for people to ride their bikes, roller blade, walk, run, skate board, and other related activities. Along the route were performers, sites for participants to see, and even free water handed out by a church. At the end of the trail were Oscar statues. Despite a somewhat gloomy day, more than 100,000 participated in the event. Each event costs $350,000 to host, and is sponsored by CicLAvia, a non-profit organization, and the city. The next CicLAvia is scheduled for Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.