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15th Annual Holiday Bicycle Ride on December 9th
People On Bikes

15th Annual Holiday Bicycle Ride on December 9th

Break out the holiday tinsel and battery-powered lights to decorate and light up your bicycle for the 15th Annual Holiday Bike Ride on Saturday, December 9. Bike/Walk Central Florida is joining our partners at BikeSafe and FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow to give away bike helmets and share some bicycle safety tips at […]

Make some moves during FDOT’s Mobility Week
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Make some moves during FDOT’s Mobility Week

What moves YOU? That’s the question driving Central Florida’s second annual Mobility Week campaign that runs from October 28 through November 3. Spearheaded by The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Mobility Week provides the perfect opportunity to promote and explore ways to reduce car-use, test new technologies or showcase how […]

Five fun ways to celebrate March as Florida Bike Month
People On Bikes

Five fun ways to celebrate March as Florida Bike Month

Did you know that March is Florida Bike Month? Not to be confused with National Bike Month in May, Floridians can celebrate our favorite commuting and leisure activity for two months this year. Watch our social media throughout the month of March for regular updates on safety tips, fun facts and […]

Road diet for Robinson Street?
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Road diet for Robinson Street?

Robinson Street is a major four-lane road that provides one of the main gateways to downtown Orlando’s iconic Lake Eola Park. Cars and trucks often top the posted 35 mph speed limit, making people on foot and bikes leery of using the street or crossing it to enjoy the park, […]

BFF hits the streets for Stop on Red Week
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BFF hits the streets for Stop on Red Week

If you were at the intersection of SR 438 and Pine Hills Rd. last week, you may have seen an important message: Always. Stop. On. Red. Red-light running is the leading cause of urban crashes, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. In fact, more than 10,700 people were […]