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UPDATE: BWCF Helps Cut Ribbon on Orlando’s Colonial Ped Bridge

At a recent meeting of the Orlando Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, we learned the only things left to install are some cabling and some handrails. Once open, the quarter-mile bridge will connect downtown to the Orlando Urban Trail and Gertrude’s Walk, allowing bicyclists and pedestrians to safely enter or […]

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Bike Lanes Required: Cambridge’s New Law

Cambridge, Mass is breaking barriers when it comes to making its city bike-friendly—or rather, it’s building barriers. Recently the Boston-area city became the first in the country to require protected bike lanes on all city streets. The “Cycling Safety Ordinance” requires city planners to include those protected bike lanes for […]

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Driver hits, kills 13-year-old Riding Her Bike to School

Families in Kissimmee and Poinciana are mourning today, after a mini- van driver hit and killed a 13-year-old Kissimmee girl on her way to school last week. Polk County deputies said Mariana Perez Borroto was riding her bicycle to Lake Marion Creek Middle School just before 8 a.m. on April […]

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Beat the Heat

Oh, the end of March in Central Florida… The flowers are in bloom, the sun is out and, unfortunately, temperatures in the Sunshine State are starting to climb. The winding trails and the natural parks are perfect for a bike ride or a jog. However, with the rising temperatures, it […]

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Beyond Bike Month: Upcoming Events to Keep on Your Radar

Florida Bike Month is almost over—so what’s next on your calendar? Whether you bike to stay fit, commute, or just get out of the house, participating in a group ride or just meeting up with other cyclists is always fun. No matter how you ride, these local events will tie […]