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FireFly Creative Captures Memories During the 2021 Bike 5 Cities Ride

If a picture is worth a thousand words, and more than 400 riders will be pedaling 11,000 miles during Saturday’s Bike 5 Cities Ride, there better be a lot of pictures, right? Fortunately, ride event sponsor FireFly Creative Event Solutions is back for their second year capturing photos and videos of riders across the 28-mile route! 

“To see the event attendance grow means we are moving the needle in the right direction, and awareness [for cycling] is improving. Of course, there is still plenty of work to do, but it is rewarding to see the community and sponsors show up in these numbers and support this important initiative,” said FireFly owner Yohan Hazen. 

FireFly Creative Event Solutions will be across the 28-mile route, taking photos and videos of the riders as they make their way through Orange and Seminole Counties. Additionally, FireFly will have a Photobooth setup in Ward Park in Winter Park, adjacent to the Cady Way Pool, for the inaugural Family Fun Ride!

The photography and photo booth service company has been serving corporate and private client event needs in Orlando and surrounding areas for the better part of a decade. Hazen says his team is committed to capturing great moments and that creating memorable experiences for clients is their passion. 

Details about the bike routes and trails that make up this 28-mile route are available on the Bike 5 Cities Ride Info page, including a Ride with GPS map and PDF map. Until then, check out the recap production that the FireFly team assembled following the last Bike 5 Cities Ride! 

Bike 5 Cities started as a simple idea to create a bike-friendly route through the Orlando metro area to show people where they can ride comfortably. As the ride’s popularity skyrocketed, it has turned out to be an advocacy asset in the movement to push for more bike-friendly infrastructure in not only the five cities but throughout Metro-Orlando.

Because Bike/Walk Central Florida is an advocacy organization, its Board of Directors and staff uses the Bike 5 Cities route map to remind public officials, local leaders, and residents that people want safe, accessible places to ride their bike whether it’s in their neighborhood, over to a friend’s house, to work, or down a trail.

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