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Bike/Walk Central Florida Welcomes Three New Board Members

Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) is proud to announce three additional members are joining the organization’s board of directors. Patrick Panza, an urban planner, GIS specialist, and assistant planning manager for GAI’s Community solutions group; John Paul (JP) Weesner, a landscape architect with a Ph.D. in Cultural Landscapes; and Douglas Henley, the vice president of Owens Realty Services, are welcomed […]

Orlando Celebrates Completion of the Airport Gap Trail Project
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Orlando Celebrates Completion of the Airport Gap Trail Project

March 3, 2021 — Orlando has closed another gap in the Bicycle Beltway. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Commissioner Tony Ortiz and Commissioner Robert Stuart welcomed a small group to officially celebrate the completion of the Airport Gap trail project. “Keeping Orlando moving remains a top priority, and we have added […]

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Multi-Use Trail Etiquette: Share the Trail

Have you walked down a multi-use trail and felt your heart jump as a cyclist whizzed past you with a narrow miss? Or have you been on a bicycle and almost crashed because a walker or runner wearing headphones, not paying attention swayed into your path? High trail volume can […]

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FBA Ride Leader / Ride Marshal Virtual Certification Program

Shared from Florida Bicycle Association: Florida Bicycle Association is bringing back the virtual certification for Florida Bicycle Month in March. The March sessions are limited to 20 participants and registration closes on February 26. Whether you are leading a community ride, a club ride or a major charity bicycling event […]

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Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County hold Goldsboro Trail clean-up and ribbon-cutting

On Sunday, January 24, the Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County held their first cleanup on the Goldsboro Trail located in the downtown area of the Historic Goldsboro.  The cleanup was part of the City of Sanford’s Adopt-A-Park Program. The 1.2 mile Goldsboro Trail runs north […]