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Bike/Walk Central Florida Newsletter #30 — July 7, 2011

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Collaborative Maps

Know a quiet, bike-friendly street?  Tell the rest of us!  http://commuteorlando.com/wordpress/collaborative-maps/

Frame Doctor

If you cracked that expensive carbon fiber frame, your only hope used to be sending it out west to be repaired.  Now, you can think about Joey Robison (http://framedoctor911.com/fdmain.htm) in Seminole County.  Check out the website and see examples of Joey’s work – he’s also one heck of a painter.  If your frame is nicked, scratched, dinged, bent or broken, have Joey look at it.  Contact him at [email protected] or call 321 388 8034.

Yoga for Cyclists at David’s World Cycle

In Lake Mary (1210 International Parkway, Suite 158), the classes are on Monday evenings from 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.;  $10.00 per class.

Your 5th class is free!  You need to bring: comfortable, loose-fitting clothing; large beach towel; hand towel; water; yoga mat.

Please RSVP to [email protected]

In College Park (2517 Edgewater Drive) on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.  Conductged by Laurie Hassell.  $10.00 per class, or a set of four for $25.00.

Contact Laurie at 407-484-5547 or [email protected],  or the shop at 407-422-2458 for more information.  

Classes

Cycling Savvy

For information, including directions, as well as dates and times of future classes, or to sign up, go to:  http://www.cyclingsavvy.com/.

Events

Heroes Wanted!

Chrissy Branch is organizing Central Florida’s Team-in-Training program for the Leukemia & Lymphona Society;  here’s Chrissy’s message:

Interested in finding out how you can run, walk, cycle, or complete a triathlon while helping to FUNdraise for blood cancer research and awareness? The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training program is searching for new volunteers who are interested in our Fall Season events (May – October) that include the Nation’s Triathlon in Washington, DC, Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon in Orlando, FL., Nike Women’s Marathon and Half Marathon in San Francisco, CA. and the Intracoastal Waterway Century Ride – 100 mile century ride in Cocoa Beach, FL. Beginners are welcome! To find out more information, call 800-482-TEAM or go to Team In Training. Join the TEAM today!

Recurring Rides 

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: Downtown Orlando to UCF, then 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

 

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 an 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 prefer a slow ride bike group, try the Backpack Bikers, on Saturdays at 11 am outside by the bike rack at the 24-hour fitness club by Super Target near the corner of Orange Avenue and Michgan Street in the Crystal Lake Subdivision.  Contact Cynthia Morrison at [email protected]com .

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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