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Pre-event details for Bike 5 Cities registrants
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Pre-event details for Bike 5 Cities registrants

Are you registered for the (sold out!) inaugural Bike 5 Cities 28-mile ride but have a few questions about the day-of procedures? Below you will find all of your answers. We’ll see you on the trail on Saturday!     Bike 5 Cities – 28-Mile Ride Venue and Timing Mead […]

Join Mayor Buddy Dyer for ‘Bike to Work Day’
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Join Mayor Buddy Dyer for ‘Bike to Work Day’

Bike to Work Day with Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer is Friday, May 5! Celebrate National Bike Month by joining City of Orlando’s Mayor, Buddy Dyer, and reThink Your Commute for their 18th annual Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 5. Registration for the ride will be at Orlando Festival […]

‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Frequently Asked Questions
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‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Cost/Registration Q: What does it cost to participate? A: Zip! It’s free, but please register so we can plan to accommodate everyone. Q: Can I register on the day of the ride? A: We won’t turn anyone away, but you’ll miss out on a few perks that […]

MEDIA ALERT: Announcing the first ever ‘Bike Five Cities’ event – free guided 28-mile ride and family events and rides
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MEDIA ALERT: Announcing the first ever ‘Bike Five Cities’ event – free guided 28-mile ride and family events and rides

WHAT: ‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Discover safe bike routes and trails through Winter Park, Orlando, Casselberry, Maitland and Eatonville on a free, guided ride-along. Ride the entire 28-mile loop or join shorter rides at event sites that offer family activities, snacks and refreshments.                 […]

Custom street guidelines for Central Florida released
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Custom street guidelines for Central Florida released

Smart Growth America (SGA) has released a series of recommendations about how to make a region safer through changes to land use, transportation decision-making practices and culture. Which region specifically? Central Florida, the heart of the state infamous for having the highest rate of vehicle/pedestrian injuries and death. SGA’s Central […]