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Cycling Night at New World Symphony

2013-14 Season
$2.50 Mini-Concerts
Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor
Cycling Night at the New World Symphony!

"The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy, will present the first “Cycling Night at the New World Symphony” on Friday, November 8, at the New World Center (500 17th Street).

The event begins at 6:30 PM, as Emerge Miami and New World Symphony Fellows will lead a group ride from the Omni / Arsht Metro Station in Downtown Miami (1455 Biscayne Boulevard) to the New World Center on Miami Beach.

At the New World Center, Green Mobility Network will provide complimentary bike valet service at the administrative entrance, behind the Center.

Following NWS’ half-hour concert featuring J.S. Bach’s Suite No. 3, ticketholders will enjoy a reception in the atrium of the New World Center, and will receive classical music-themed cycling playlists and a New World Symphony water bottle.

At 9:00 PM, the critically acclaimed film Bicycle Dreams by Stephen Auerbach will be given its Miami premiere on the New World Center’s wall. Bicycle Dreams chronicles The Race Across America, an annual epic 3000-mile bicycle race from the Pacific to the Atlantic, considered the most challenging sporting event in the world. Top riders finish in under 10 days, riding over 300 miles per day and sleeping only a few hours per night. Amid the sleepless grind, riders must endure the searing heat of the Mojave Desert, the agonizing climbs and descents of the Rockies, the driving winds of the Great Plains, and the twisting switchbacks of the Appalachians before the final sprint to the finish line in Atlantic City. These voyagers discover what is truly at stake as they pedal on, praying for the deliverance only the finish line can bring. By journey's end, some are saved, others are lost, but all learn that the fuel that takes a soul toward its own true destiny is desire.

The film has won 15 awards at film festivals across the U.S. No ticket is necessary to attend the screening in Miami Beach SoundScape.

Tickets for Cycling Night at the New World Symphony, which include bike valet at the New World Center, the 30 minute concert by the New World Symphony, reception and water bottle are limited and are available online at, or by calling the New World Symphony box office at 305-673-3331."

Bring food or snacks and enjoy the show picnic style!


FYXD 305 : Pedal Trap Alleycat

Saturday, October 26th

Registration $10

Grand Central Park
697 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33136

FYXD 305 will be hosting their 4th alleycat race on October 26th. Registration is at 4pm and the race starts at 5pm. Expect to race approximately 15-25 miles through the streets of Miami while hitting up various "traps" / checkpoints along the way, the alleycat will begin at Grand Central Park and end at the Magic City Bicycle Collective  (across from The Corner). There will be an after party at the finish with music, ice cream, and drinks.

Race is open to everyone, helmets required.

More information available on Facebook event page.


Gran Fondo Giro d'Italia | Miami - Coral Gables

Join Italian pro rider Pippo (Filippo) Pozzato with cyclists from around the world at an event honored as “the best of Italy” by the Italian Consulate General. The tropical edition of the Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia is back in Miami/Coral Gables on Sunday, November 10th 2013

Miami Official Jersey

Course Description

The beautiful Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia Miami-Coral Gables will start in Coral Gables on the famous Miracle Mile on November 10 with three distances: 25, 54 or 101 miles. All riders will start at 7:00 am with a police escorted rollout on Miracle Mile, Ponce de Leon Avenue and beyond. Riders will pass historic sites such as the Coral Gables City Hall and the Biltmore Hotel as they enjoy routes flanked by lush gardens and magnificent homes.

At mile 11 the riders who choose the 25 mile route will turn and head toward the finish line in Miami.

The 54 and 101 mile routes moves south into the communities of Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, Cutler Bay and eventually to Black Point. At mile 25 the riders who choose the 54 mile route will return to Miami.

The 101 mile route continues South and West into the vast agricultural areas of South Florida. Riders will pass fields of palms and tropical flowers and will see wonderful fruit stands that sell local produce and fruit milkshakes.

Rest stops, especially on the 101 mile course, are situated at some of South Florida’s best known tourist locations and will help every rider to manage the wind, heat and humidity.

All routes end in Miami by going through scenic Coconut Grove. At the northern-most point the course turns East and riders will catch a glimpse of Biscayne Bay as they round Brickell before heading south again and reaching the finish line at Dinner Key in front of Miami’s Iconic City Hall.


Course Summaries

Short - 25 miles course map
Medium - 54 miles course map
Long * - 101 miles course map

All courses are subject to change at the organizers discretion per the requests of the municipalities and other agencies.
*This course is suggested for experienced riders in good physical condition

For additional information, please visit:


World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship 2013

October 16 - 20, 2013
Weston, FL

On October 17, 18th, and 19th, the best bike polo teams from around the world will be headed to Florida to battle each other in the World Championships at Regional Park in Weston!

If you are unfamiliar with Bike Polo please check out North American Hardcourt, 321Kill, and BikePolo.TV for some great videos on the most fun you can have on a bike, while playing one of the most exciting and fasting growing sports today!

There will also be an all ladies bike polo tournament on Sunday, October 20th.

Visit WHBPC2013 for more information.


Third Annual Gables Bike Day

Sunday, October 20th
11am - 6pm

"As the cooler temperatures set in, the City Beautiful offers the perfect backdrop for a day al fresco dedicated to community, healthy living, eco-consciousness and, as the name suggests, cycling and bike culture. In its third rendition, Gables Bike Day expands to include BMX demos, skateboard contests, guided bike tours and new restaurant partners. Thousands are expected to turn out and there’s something for everyone: from arts & crafts to local foods and live music. Admission is free.

Gables Bike Day is organized by the non-profit Bike Walk Coral Gables, and presented by the Downtown Coral Gables & Miracle Mile BID to promote cycling and educate the community about safety and traffic laws that apply to cyclists and pedestrians, encourage bicycle commuting, improve kid bike safety and support the further development of a vibrant bike culture for Miami-Dade.

Miracle Mile eastbound and westbound lanes of Miracle Mile will be closed for auto traffic. Guided bike tours, for a low-cost fee of $10 per person, will include routes that traverse the greater Coral Gables area."


· Kick-off ride in the morning to begin at the stage at Miracle Mile and Le Jeune Rd
· Bike Tours begin at noon
· UM BikeSafe rodeo to teach kids about bike safety
· Bike Polo demonstrations hourly
· Bounce houses and arts & crafts at TD Bank Kid Zone
· 10 local environmental and wellness nonprofit booths
· DJ and live music by Nil Lara in the afternoon

For more information please visit

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