Bicycling Magazine has announced that they and Jamis Bicycles will be coming to Miami on August 27th.

The reason?

Miami has been selected as a “BikeTown.” This is no doubt due, at least in small part, to the continued advancements that the city has made since that very magazine ranked the city as one of the three worst in America in which to cycle. Please visit the BikeTown website to sign up to win one of 30 bicycles that will be given away that day.

To win, all you have to do is explain why a bicycle would change your world. We will post more specific info as it becomes available. We hope to see you there so we can all show Bicycling Magazine how far the city has come, and more importantly where it is going.


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2 Responses to Miami Becomes BikeTown USA

  1. alex says:

    Where and what time is the event going to be held? That would be a great time to hold a “mini” Bike Miami at Bayfront Park now that the baywalk/riverwalk is open from American Airlines Arens to the Miami River Bridge. There would be no street closures- maybe we could get yoga in the park???

  2. Mike Lydon says:

    Great idea.

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