Bike 5 Cities
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Starting at 8AM
Your City. Your Ride. Your Distance. Your Day.
Bike 5 Cities registration is official open and we’re off and running securing sponsorships and finalizing logistics. Our team here at BWCF has started social media promotions and sent an email blast to previous years’ participants, and our newsletter database of 2,500+ people. (In 48 hours, we had 75 people sign up!)
Bike 5 Cities pagehttp://bikewalkcentralflorida.org/bike5cities/
Bike 5 Cities registration pagehttp://bikewalkcentralflorida.org/bike5cities/register/
NEW THIS YEAR: We will have a registration table at each of our five cities: Winter Park, Orlando, Casselberry, Maitland and Eatonville. If you’re comfortable riding on your own or with a smaller group, you can start your ride at any location between 7:30 and 10 am. Just stop by the registration table to get your t-shirt and map, then take off (route will be marked). Please join us afterward at Mead Garden around 1 pm. for post-ride refreshments. We will still have a large group ride, escorted by ride ambassadors and police at major crossings. That ride will take off from Mead Garden, Winter Park at 8 am. Register HERE.
Who: Riders of any age, experience or ability level. Participants are people wanting to learn where they can comfortably ride their bikes throughout the greater Orlando area.
What: The 3rd annual Bike 5 Cities Ride is a 28-mile regional bike-ride on trails and bike-friendly, comfortable roads. The goal is to show you some comfortable places to ride bikes.
When and where: Saturday, May 4, 2019 – New this year, you can start your Bike 5 Cities ride at any of our 5 cities and follow the marked course on your own.You can check in at any of our 5 cities between 7:30 and 10 am to pick up registration materials and your t-shirt. The group ride will consist of about 200 cyclists. The group will take off from Mead Garden in Winter Park around 8 am. There will be experienced cyclists serving as Ride Ambassadors to assist newer or less experienced riders. The group ride will also have police escorts at certain intersections.