Next Sunday, April 26, Bike Miami Days returns, and this time the Magic City’s best car-free event is being held in the center of Coconut Grove. Word on the street is that Grove merchants are really gearing up for the event, with many offering discounts, specials, and giveaways. Additionally, there will be many concurrent events occurring throughout the day, including kid-centric activities, live music, entertainment, and an an Orange Bike Parade- hosted by our friends at the Dutch Embassy in Miami (follow that link to sign up for a free orange shirt, and a chance to win one of two Dutch Royale Gazelle bicycles!) Also, dozens of organizations will be on hand to promote their good work. The Bike Miami Days website has all of the details.
Look for me too, as I will be on hand to discuss Miami’s Bicycle Master Plan, which commences next week! Feel free to approach me to discuss all of your frustrations, routes, and best ideas on improving bicycling conditions in the City of Miami. More details on this to follow next week…
Finally, the Transit Miami After Party will be held at Eleven Leprechauns, located at 3120 Commodore Plaza. This family-friendly celebration of all things livable streets begins at 2pm and will feature, drink and food specials, live music, and features the return of the Model Citizens improv comedy troupe. We hope to see you there.
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