Wednesday, July 2nd
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL 33127
"Join us for an evening of tasty food and multimedia bicycle inspiration! Chef Joshua Ploeg will cook up a gourmet vegan, gluten-free meal, which you will enjoy while taking in Elly Blue's inspiring talk about bike activism and a series of very-short films by Joe Biel. Afterwards, browse our pop-up bicycle/vegan themed book and t-shirt store, chat with the crew, and scheme up future bike fun."
Tickets $12-20 sliding scale at the door.
Friday, June 27th
6:30pm (ride starts at 7:15pm)
150 NW First Street
The ride will be going through Little Havana, West Flagler, Grapeland Heights, Allapattah, Brownsville, Liberty City, Wynwood, Midtown, Edgewater, OMNI, Park West, and Downtown. Total distance is approximately 12.75 miles. It's strongly suggested that you print a copy of the map or save it on your phone in case you are tardy or get lost.
All eyes appear to be on Miami Critical Mass and it’s time for participants to prove the opposition wrong. Everyone riding is solely responsible for their actions and should lead by example. If you see someone riding or behaving irresponsibly, then let them know it’s not acceptable. If you’re partaking in the ride, then it’s your duty to positively influence others. Ride safely and be courteous to everyone in the community, if you can’t do this then quite simply you are not welcomed. There’s no room for hostile, drunk, moronic individuals. There are a lot of great people on these rides, enjoying their city by bicycle for 1-2 hours on the last Friday of every month, and it’s rather unfortunate that a few bad apples can ruin this special occurrence for everyone else. To frustrated motorists, grab a bicycle and try joining the ride sometime. You never know, you just may experience one of the most fun, free, and healthy social gatherings South Florida has to offer.
Bicycle Rules & Safety Tips
Saturday, June 21st
111 NW 1st St
Emerge Miami is hosting their 5th annual Bike Prom this weekend. Bike Prom is a slow paced social ride, expect the hear tunes from the bicycle sound system, and some improv dance parties along the way. The group will ride around scenic downtown Miami. The ride ends at Gramps in Wynwood for an after party.
Prom attire highly suggested but not required. Have a song request? Post in the comments on Facebook event page and they'll add to playlist.
Below is a video from the inaugural Miami Bike Prom in 2010
Saturday, June 21st
2250 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33127
Bike Nerds and FYXD 305 present the 2nd annual CRANKaRT Alleycat on June 21st. Registration is at 5pm and the race starts at 6pm. This is an urban art/scavenger hunt styled race, a camera phone or digital camera is required. Expect to race through the streets of Miami while hitting up various murals or art installations along the way and photographing yourself with the art in background, the alleycat will begin in Wynwood and end at Graffé where there will be an after party and prize ceremony.
Race is open to everyone, helmets required.
More information available on Facebook event page.
Saturday, June 14th
9am - 9pm
"Bike on over, hack out a bike share program, make bike accessories with a 3D printer and then finish it all off with a drink! Sound like an obscure itinerary for a Saturday? Not to the folks at The LAB Miami and Republic Bike.
On Saturday, June 14, Wynwood tech hub, The LAB Miami, will host BIKE / HACK / MAKE / DRANK, a three-part launch event for its new, shared Republic Bike fleet. The custom bikes will be branded with imagery of the program’s sponsors, TigerDirect and MIAMade, and will be made available as an added amenity to the entrepreneurial members of The LAB Miami.
As Miami’s most talked about breeding place for innovation and progressive startups, The LAB Miami is centrally-located in Miami’s budding Wynwood neighborhood, an up-and-coming area that still lacks a sense of pedestrian permeability. The area’s hot spots are still significantly spread out; therefore, Miami-based tech retail giant TigerDirect and local maker organization MIAMade came together to provide a sustainable transportation solution for the members of The LAB, the burgeoning creative campus that continues to propel Miami into the international tech spotlight. Given its shared commitment to environmental sustainability and alternative urban transportation solutions, Republic Bike seemed to be the obvious fit for such a program.
To launch this exciting shared bike program, Republic Bike decided to activate its three-part event, BIKE / HACK / MAKE / DRANK, at The LAB Miami in an effort to raise awareness for the new program and to spread the word about the importance of environmentally-friendly transportation alternatives.
Guests and participants are invited to bike on over at 9am in time for the festivities to begin! The first part of the event will consist of a Hackathon where teams of two will compete to create an organized mechanism for the functionality of The LAB’s bike sharing system. The team with the most logical, innovative and easy-to-use mechanism will win a prize provided by TigerDirect and Republic Bike.
The MAKE (3pm) part of the event will consist of a two-hour Make-a-thon with a bicycle twist, led by MIAMade. This special maker event will bring Miami’s maker community together to create a plethora of eclectic bicycle accessories with electronics, robotics, 3D printers and other popular maker apparatuses.
To wrap up the three-part launch, the DRANK (6pm) portion will coincide with Second Saturday’s Art Walk. Stolen Spiced Rum cocktails and Duvel beer will be served to the public, as the official Republic Bike fleet of The LAB Miami will be revealed. All locals are invited to stop by and test out the new LAB bikes!"
Register today: bikehackmakedrank.eventbrite.com
Monday, June 9th
City Hall Chambers
3500 Pan American Drive
Miami, FL 33133
The City of Miami is planning on making improvements to South Bayshore Drive between Aviation Avenue and Mercy Way (Coconut Grove). We encourage the cycling community to provide feedback for the project, so please attend the public meeting and discuss the proposed plans.
Saturday, June 28th
Magic City Bicycle Collective
1100 N Miami Ave (across the street from The Corner)
Miami, FL 33136
"Join us in celebrating our Magic City Bicycle Collective 2 Year Anniversary!
Starting at 6pm right after our normal shop hours on Saturday, June 28th, we will have a night of celebration including:
• GoldSprints by Bike Tech
• Complimentary beer from Becks with drink specials from our biggest supporter, The Corner.
• Food, snacks and beverages thanks to Pollo Tropical, Sear'N Gears, Red Bull, Pretzel Crisps and Vita Coco.
• Music and entertainment by a TBD local DJ and New World Symphony
• Games, prizes and much more...
MCBC is proud to serve Miami's bicycle community and excited to celebrate this accomplishment with you! We couldn't do it without your donations and volunteer hours.
THANK YOU, MIAMI!"
More event information available on Facebook.
2014 white Specialized "Langster Pro" stolen from 133 NE 2nd Ave in downtown Miami on June 1st. Drop bars, Fizik saddle, Dura Ace hubs, and tubular sprinter tires. Please contact Nestor at (305) 764-0464 if you have any information. Reward!
2000 green Specialized "Expedition" hybrid stolen from LA Fitness on 16051 S Dixie Hwy on June 1st. Please contact Teresa at (305) 794-7603 if you have any information.
White Loco Fixie with blue deep-v rims stolen from 2nd floor balcony on 23rd St & Biscayne (Edgewater). Please contact Andres at (305) 877-2743 if you have any information.