People On Bikes

People On Bikes

Florida rolling in the right direction for bike safety

When it comes to making our streets safer for people biking (and walking, too), Florida has a long way to go. The good news is that we are rolling in the right direction. Recently, the League of American Bicyclists published a report all about Complete Streets. Florida (yes, Florida) was referenced several […]

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Biking 3,568 miles in 31 days

Bike/Walk Central Florida Board Member, Lisa Portelli, recently embarked on the “trip of a lifetime.” On July 8th, Lisa hopped on her bike and left Everette, Washington to start the 3,568-mile journey across the states. Her experience so far? “A dream come true.” Lisa’s tour guides are focused on following […]

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Protecting summer’s most important melon

It’s summertime, but watermelons aren’t the only things that should be on your mind – don’t forget to talk to your kids about the importance of wearing a helmet to protect their own melon. Helmets play a huge role in keeping your kiddo’s noggin safe – they reduce injuries by […]

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Pulptown Q&A: 127 miles and counting with Adam D’Angelo

When Pulptown challenged readers to up their bike riding for National Bike Month, Adam D’Angelo rose to the challenge and pledged to bike 300 miles in one month. The Pulptown team caught up with him last week to check in on his progress and put together a great Q&A. You […]

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Bike 5 Cities, with support from sponsors, rolls through second year

Bicycling enthusiasts and many beginners to the sport rolled out of Mead Botanical Garden Saturday morning for Bike/Walk Central Florida’s second annual Bike 5 Cities ride, presented by FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow. The ride was envisioned to show people where they can comfortably ride through the heart of five […]