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First-ever Bike 5 Cities ride is talk of the town
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First-ever Bike 5 Cities ride is talk of the town

The inaugural Bike 5 Cities ride was a hit with media around town! Check out some of the great media coverage below. And, relive the fun with this video compilation!   Getting There with Ryan Harper News 13   Community ride helps residents ‘take off the training wheels’ to practice […]

Amanda Day: Orlando roads need to be more bike, walker friendly
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Amanda Day: Orlando roads need to be more bike, walker friendly

Amanda Day, 43, is the executive director of Bike/Walk Central Florida, a nonprofit that promotes bicycle and pedestrian safety throughout Metro Orlando. Members push to develop and maintain recreational trails and make sure roads are built to accommodate walkers and bicyclists. Day spoke recently with Orlando Sentinel transportation writer Dan […]

Shingle Creek Goes Regional
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Shingle Creek Goes Regional

Great news, trail enthusiasts! The Shingle Creek Regional Trail project is moving along. Partners from Osceola County, City of Kissimmee, Orange County, City of Orlando, and FDOT met at MetroPlan Orlando on September 23 for a joint Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and Transportation Technical Committee meeting to discuss status, regional […]

Still a Bit Lonely For Orlando’s Bike to Work Commuters
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Still a Bit Lonely For Orlando’s Bike to Work Commuters

While there is a jump in bike to work commuters nationally, our numbers are tiny – more like 500 riders out of the 250,000 population in the city of Orlando. The positive is that the City of Orlando and Orange County are encouraging biking and walking by installing more sidewalks, […]

Two-Wheel Valet to Revolutionize Parking
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Two-Wheel Valet to Revolutionize Parking

Valet racking: A young DC-based entrepreneur wants to build a business around keeping your bike (and your stuff) safe. His goal: to make bike valet service part of basic event logistics, like providing “porta-potties or trash cans.” So for those bike-entreprenuers in Orlando, what about a dedicated, scalable bike valet right here? If […]