Articles written by: Bike/Walk Central Florida

News To Use / People On Bikes

Are you experienced… on your bike? If so, we need you!

Are you an experienced bike rider?  Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) needs you! BWCF is planning its 5th Annual Bike 5 Cities, Saturday, October 30, with ride leaders escorting small groups along the route. Your experience as a cyclist can help make the day an excellent adventure for all. Leaders and […]

News To Use

Windermere to Receive Federal Funding for Safe Routes to School Project

The Town of Windermere is about to become more bike/walk-friendly. The Town’s website and a press release from Congresswoman Val Demings announced an expected $760,000 in federal funding this fall towards a Safe Routes to School Project. The Safe Routes to School Phase One is part of a larger project, […]

Featured / News To Use

BWCF Seeking Community Outreach Manager

At Bike/Walk Central Florida, we are passionate about ensuring bicyclists and pedestrians have the facilities and safety support they need to get around Central Florida. This is our commitment to our board and our community. But it takes a team who agrees to being challenged, creative and working hard while […]

News To Use / People On Foot

Best Foot Forward Law Enforcement Partners Educated Drivers Before Students Headed Back to School

As students across the region prepared to go back to school, eight law enforcement agencies in Osceola, Orange and Seminole counties educated drivers who failed to yield about Florida’s driver yield laws.  Deputies from Orange and Seminole sheriffs’ offices joined officers with Orlando, Apopka, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Casselberry and Oakland police departments […]

People On Bikes / Trails

Big Tree Park to Black Hammock Trailhead Along the Cross Seminole Trail

An Easy Way to Bike 20+ Miles – Out-and-Back by William Wills I’m mainly a trail guy.  Bike trail, trail mix, Portland Trailblazers. I enjoy the variety of paved multi-use trails throughout Seminole County and periodically will go off-road on relatively easy packed-sand pathways. I don’t typically bike on Seminole […]