Bike Miami Days : January 18th 2009

Sunday January 18th will bring us the third and most ambitious Bike Miami Days to date. Expect a new extended route venturing west on Flagler to Lummus Park along the Miami River. There will also be FREE bike rentals, bike valet, yoga on the Miami Riverfront, tours of the Miami Police stables, live music, plus much more.

This event is a great way to see areas of the city you may have never visited before. Invite your family & friends. One more thing.. it's FREE!

Events Schedule:

Activities at Lummus Park, 404 N.W. 3rd St

10:00 am: First Tour of Miami Police Stables, which will take place every hour, through 2 pm (don't be this guy)
10:30 am: Rally-Join City leaders, and Miami Residents to rally for bike and pedestrian friendly streets
11:00 am: Yoga on the Riverfront (Class will be until 12:30 pm)
1:30 pm: Bringing Books Alive presented by City Year a live action storytelling from the book The Rainbow Fish performed by City Year volunteers

Throughout the day:
• Bike clinics, Bike rentals (FREE), and Bike valets
• Miami River Environment & Health/Fitness Fairs

Activities at Mary Brickell Village, 901 South Miami Avenue

12:00 pm: Live music and entertainment

Throughout the day:
• Bike clinics and Bike valets

Activities in Downtown

Throughout the day:
• Live Entertainment and CafĂ© seating in the street at the corner of Flagler Street and Courthouse Lane
• Live Entertainment at the corner of Flagler Street and Se 2nd Ave
• Giveaways to guests at all open businesses along Flagler Street
• Tours of the historical Olympia Theatre at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, 174 E. Flagler Street
• Bike Valets La Epoca Department Store, 200 E. Flagler Street


Street Closures:

The event will close the following streets for pedestrians, bicyclists and skaters beginning at 9:00 am:

Flagler Street from NW River Drive and 4th Street (Garcia’s and Casablanca Seafood Restaurant and Markets) to SW River Driver and SW 1st St,

Flagler Street from the Miami River to SE 3rd Avenue (La Epoca Department Store)

South Miami Avenue from 10th Street (Mary Brickell Village) to SE 4th Street and then north on 1st Ave to Flagler.




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  1. Does anything ever happen at a public park? I don't like street riding, especially in Miami.

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