Downtown Miami will be hosting the next Bike Miami Day on Sunday, October 10, 2010. Preparations are underway to bring back this great event where residents get to re-discover Downtown, Miami in a new and refreshing way by being able to walk, bike and enjoy the city streets.
Streets will be closed from 9am-2pm at the intersection of Biscayne Blvd. and Flagler Street west to SW 1st Ave and from Flagler Street south on SE 1st Ave onto South Miami Avenue to SE 10th Street allowing vehicular traffic to cross only at main intersections. The route is appropriate for people of all ages and skill levels and they be able to choose any part of the route to ride, walk and explore. The Miami Police will be present to keep all participants safe ensuring that traffic is routed appropriately. There will be a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy throughout the day in addition to local restaurants and shops that will be open to public.
Please make a contribution and help bring back Bike Miami Days! The Open Streets Project is accepting contributions through Paypal. There are various sponsorship opportunities ranging from title sponsor @ $10,000 to a Bike Miami Friend @ $250.
Want to be part of this great event? The Open Streets Project is still seeking partners, sponsors and volunteers. Please contact us at email@example.com for more info.
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