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Bike 5 Cities 28-mile ride is FULL! Learn more and register for City Events & Rides
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Bike 5 Cities 28-mile ride is FULL! Learn more and register for City Events & Rides

The first ever ‘Bike 5 Cities’ 28-mile loop ride is full.  However, you can still join one of the shorter city rides in Winter Park, Maitland, Casselberry or Eatonville.  It’s all free and you’ll discover family-friendly routes on trails or low volume roads. The shorter bike rides will roll out after […]

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 […]

All About the ‘Bike 5 Cities’ 28-Mile Ride
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All About the ‘Bike 5 Cities’ 28-Mile Ride

Bike/Walk Central Florida encourages Central Floridians to ride bikes, but we also realize that everyone may not be aware of comfortable riding routes. That’s why we’re teaming up with Healthy Central Florida on May 6 for “Bike 5 Cities,” a guided ride-along on scenic bike trails and slow-speed residential streets. […]

BFF partner MetroPlan Orlando launches new website
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BFF partner MetroPlan Orlando launches new website

MetroPlan Orlando is the metropolitan planning organization for Central Florida as well as a member of the Best Foot Forward for Pedestrian Safety coalition (BFF), a program of Bike/Walk Central Florida. Recently, MetroPlan Orlando launched a new website featuring information on transportation planning projects, meeting calendars and resources about local […]

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 […]