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Bike/Walk Central Florida Newletter #2 — Oct. 15, 2010

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Bike/Walk Central Florida
This week’s happeningsSunday, Oct. 17, we’ll be meeting at the Racetrac on Aloma, between Forsyth and Tangerine, at 3 p.m., as volunteers to canvasse the neighborhood,educating residents on pedestrian safety and the importance of using crosswalks. As you may recall, this is the area where a young man was killed recently crossing midblock. The more people we have, the more ground we can cover. We should be finished by five. Come say hi and help save a life.Wednesday, Oct. 20, 6 p.m. – Come join Orange County Commissioner Linda Stewart in celebrating the groundbreaking of a NEW PAVED TRAIL in southeast Orange County. The event will be held at the future site of the Avalon Mailer Trailhead – on Mailer Road (Second Entrance to Avalon Park), just South of Innovation Way on Alafaya Trail. This is great news. Hope to see you there!

ATTENTION WALKERS!

Lake Formosa Walk has been suspended. Not enough takers.

We’ll be tweaking this concept and getting back to you with Walk 2.0.

In the meantime, please write and let us know where you’d like to walk, and what day/time of day

We also offer the following regularly scheduled events:

First Fridays: Take it to the streets bike ride to promote civility: 6 p.m. on the First Friday of each month. Check our Facebook Fan page for start locations

UCF Bike Bus: Mondays and Wednesdays: 7 a.m. Downtown Orlando to UCF, 5 p.m. UCF to Downtown Orlando, follow bike bus in real time via GPS at http://commuteorlando.com/bikebus/

Ride With Steve: Beginner ride. Meet at Winter Garden Wheel Works in Downtown Winter Garden, 8 a.m., Saturdays. – Sponsored by Winter Garden Wheel Works

See our Calendar for other family rides: www.bikewalkcentralflorida.org

S-Cargo farmers market rides featuring utility bikes and trailers

Ice Cream Socials: night rides through Downtown Orlando

Upcoming: Jack-o-lantern ride. Details soon!

Unless specifically designated as a trail ride, our rides take place on public streets. Headlights and red rear flashers are required for night rides. Helmets are encouraged, and are required for children under 16.

We observe all traffic laws and traffic signals. Our rides are typically 10 to 15 miles, roundtrip, and average 10 miles and hour, a comfortable pace for most adults and teens. May be too fast for younger children and adults with health issues.

These rides are social in nature. For longer, more aggressive group rides, subscribe to Hal Downing’s group ride newsletter by emailing [email protected]

If you have a social ride you would like us to help promote, please email me at the address below.

Brad

Brad Kuhn

Executive Director

[email protected]

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