Slow Streets Bike-Through

November 21, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Flamingo Park
(13th St/Meridian Ave)
Hosted By
Miami Riders Alliance
Team Members Attending

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MIAMI BEACH: We're happy to announce our first (socially distanced) in-person event! November 21st, we'll be taking to the streets in Miami Beach to show off #OurCounty's first Slow Streets pilot program.

Don't have a bike? That's all right! We're partnering with CitiBike Miami to offer rides to this event for participants. Direct Message CitiBike Miami on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to receive a code and rent a bike for the event!

So here are some details:
  • We are meeting at the 13th St and Meridian Avenue CitiBike station at 12:00 Noon.
  • Masks are Mandatory
  • We will be riding around the Slow Streets pilot and ending at 6th St and Meridian Ave for lunch at a local business.

The event was a tremendous success!

Thank you to the amazing amount of supporters that came out to promote and highlight the amazing and first slow streets program in #OurCounty!

Thank you to County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava for supporting and riding with us, to City Commissioner Samuelian for joining us and for advocating for this project at the city level, to Miami-Dade DTPW Director Alice Bravo and Assistant Director Carlos Cruz Casas, thank you to Better Streets Miami Beach for their continued effort on pushing for projects like these and for being an amazing partner to our organization. Also, thank you to the Miami Beach Police Department for riding alongside our supporters.

Group of Riders Alliance Members at an Event
Group of Riders Alliance Members at an Event
Group of Riders Alliance Members at an Event
Group of Riders Alliance Members at an Event


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