from Bike Miami Days
"On July 19, Bike Miami Rides are back, offering Miami residents a free ride towards becoming safer, better, more confident city cyclists. No registration is required and it is completely free.
Volunteers, including Officers from the City of Miami Police Department Bicycle Unit, will be on hand to teach you the basics of riding safe. Meet at 8:30am at Legion Memorial Park on NE 64th & Biscayne Boulevard. We’ll start our day going through the “A-B-C Quick Check”, when you’ll learn how to quickly check your Air, Brakes and Chain and what you need to make your bike road-ready. Then, you’ll learn how to fit your bicycle helmet for optimum safety. We’ll go through the basic Rules, Rights and Responsibilities of Cyclists and Motorists before heading out for a short ride – just under 2 hours long. We’ll stop for water and bathroom breaks and learning opportunities as we explore Miami’s Historic MiMo district, Little Haiti and Buena Vista neighborhoods, the Design District and Edgewater. At the end of the ride, you’re invited to join the City of Miami Bicycle Coordinator, Collin Worth, and other volunteers for lunch. Destination to be determined.
Legion Memorial Park is a beautiful waterfront park in the heart of the Miami Modern (MiMo) Historic District. There is abundant on-street car and bicycle parking in the area. The group will meet in the shaded area just behind the NET office (6599 Biscayne Blvd). Please bring a water bottle, your helmet, your bicycle and your friends! See you on Sunday, July 19 at 8:30am!"