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Bike/Walk Central Florida Welcomes Vincent Hsu to Board

This month Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) is honored to welcome a new member to the organization’s board of directors.  Vincent Hsu, MD MPH FSHEA FACP, Executive Director, Infection Prevention; Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency; Assistant Campus Dean Loma Linda University School of Medicine, will join 12 other members to further […]

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Orange County Parks Host Second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach

Orange County Parks and Recreation is hosting its second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach meeting May 10 – 26. The second interactive virtual public outreach will gather feedback on the trail master plan, existing and proposed future trail corridor evaluations, priorities, and proposed design guidelines. Please provide your input at […]

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Enjoy the Ride But First Put on Your Helmet

Many cyclists, regardless of age, think that only children and inexperienced riders need to wear helmets.  Not true!  By Florida law, bicycle riders under 16 years of age must wear a helmet that is properly fitted, is fastened securely, and meets the federal safety standard for bicycle helmets.  For all […]

News To Use / People On Bikes

Pinewood Students Receive Bicycles and Helmets

Everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year-and-a-half.  Life has been challenging in many ways.  Nisha Phillip Malahoo, a first grade teacher at Pinewood Elementary saw her students and their families struggling, emotionally, financially, and physically.  Nisha had an amazing idea of how to help these […]

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Take Part in Orange County 3rd Town Hall Vision 2050 Meeting Series

Orange County is one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. In fact, by 2050 the County’s population is estimated to increase by 700,000, exceeding 2 million residents. Therefore, we need to prepare for this growth in a smart and responsible way. To do so, Orange County needs […]