Friday, May 1st
Coral Gables Museum
285 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Here's a second chance to experience Bike Night at the Coral Gables Museum! We'd also like to congratulate to the Coral Gables Museum on being designated a 2015 SILVER Bike Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists.
"In partnership with the Ride to Awareness and New Belgium Brewing Company, Bike Night II at the Museum will feature the Ride to Awareness RV, rum tastings, cigar rolling, Slow Ride and Fat Tire beers, Brickell Bikes bike tune-ups No Boundaries Sport Bike Valet, DJ Brass King, the Artcycle and The Underline exhibits, raffles and more. "
Ride to the museum! There will be complimentary bike valet courtesy of No Boundaries. Enter through corner of Salzedo St and Giralda Ave.
ARTcycle 2015: Cyclists Matter
ARTcycle is an exhibit of contemporary art, both local and international, that reflects the cycling issues of today. The ARTcycle 2015 theme is "cyclists matter," and the exhibit aims to bring a clear public message that bicycling culture is important to Greater Miami. People cycle for transportation, exercise and leisure activity; and cycling yields many community benefits such as less pollution, less traffic congestion, a stronger sense of community, safer streets, improved accessibility, and economic gains. It is important for cyclists and motorists to be aware of the traffic laws in order for cars and bikes to safely share the road. ARTcycle aims to promote Awareness, Respect and Tolerance of bicyclists to motorists who are not accustomed to or educated in how to share the road with cyclists. The Coral Gables Museum seeks to ensure that the viewer leaves the exhibition understanding that cycling contributes positively to communities and should be embraced as a key component of positive urban development.
This year's featured artists are: H. Allen Benowitz, Martin Casuso, Mariano Costa Peuser, Clara Echavarria, Axel Font, Tessie Globe, Danilo Gonzalez, Cristina De Guillot, Lauv Grosso, Holly A. Jones, Maria Carolina Keener, Rudolf Kohn, Teje La Araña, Beju Lejobart, Carolina Molina, Janet Mueller, Anabel Peicher, Maria Esther Quintana, Edgar Ramos, Gioconda Rojas, Raquel Rub, Benjamin Saint Maxent & Adrien Blanc, Alejandra Salazar, Cesar Santaló, Aida Tejada, Jasna Tomasevic, Antonio Ugarte, Arlette Varon, Lucy Varon, and Barbara de Vries.
The Underline: Make it Yours
The Underline: Make It Yours, exhibit explains the vision and progress behind the local movement to redevelop and enhance the M-Path.
Friends of The Underline want to transform 10 miles of underutilized land below Miami’s Metrorail, from the Miami River just north of Brickell Station to Dadeland South Station, into an iconic linear park and world-class urban trail. The Underline will connect communities, improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety, create hundreds of acres of new green space with restored natural habitats, encourage a healthy lifestyle, provide an easily accessible place to exercise, create a mobility corridor that integrates transit, car, biking and walking, attract development along US1, and generate significant economic impact.
This exhibit asks: What do you want The Underline to look like?
Your input will be critical to the master planning taking place from March-June 2015. And, with your help, we can all share in the vision of this legacy project that will transform Miami into a more walkable, bikeable and sustainable city now and into the future.
Friday, April 24th
6:30pm (ride starts at 7:15pm)
150 NW First Street
The ride will be going through Downtown, Little Havana, Grapeland Heights, Allapattah, Brownsville, Liberty City, and will finish at a cultural street festival in Wynwood. Total distance is approximately 16 miles.
All those arriving on bicycles will be welcomed into the Wynwood Life street festival for FREE! Enjoy food trucks, cold beers, mixed drinks, live music, art, fashion shows, vendors, and more!
Those needing to get back to Government Center will be escorted by the police, they will wait for approximately 15 minutes in Wynwood before traversing back to downtown. If you decide to go back to Government Center after spending some time at Wynwood Life, then follow the suggested route. Please avoid the dangerous railroad tracks on N Miami Avenue, cyclists frequently fall on the tracks and hurt themselves. As an alternative, take NW 1st Avenue, it even has a bike lane.
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, borrow a bicycle and try joining the ride sometime with some friends. 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
Sunday, May 3rd
Coral Gables City Hall
405 Biltmore Way
Coral Gables, FL 33134
"A family ride event and festival starting and ending in Coral Gables with three rides for all skill levels: 20 miles, 38 miles and 62 mile metric ride. The bike ride will leave Coral Gables and head east through downtown Miami, Wynwood, Midtown, North Miami, Miami Beach and north to Hallandale. Route includes 3 rest stops and food at the ride finish. Rest stops include a stop at Lotus House the recipient of the ride. FREE t-shirt for the first 200 registrants!!
We chose the month of May, the week before Mother’s Day to both celebrate and bring awareness to our beneficiary-- Lotus House. Dedicated to improving the lives of homeless women, youth and children. Lotus House provides sanctuary, support, education, and resources that empower them to heal, learn, grow and blossom into who they are truly meant to be."
2005 Silver Specialized FSR XC MTB stolen from South Beach on 5/21. Contact Derek at (770) 367-1554 if you have any information, cash reward!
2013 black Jamis Exile stolen from Coral Gables on 5/14. Contact Alexandra if you have any information.
White BigShot fixed gear bike with orange rims stolen from Wynwood/Edgewater on 5/12. Contact Carlos at (787) 409-1716 if you have any information.
Matte Black Aventon Mataro track bike with front Aerospace wheel stolen from Downtown Miami on 4/14. Contact Justin at (786) 287-8291 if you have any information.
Fuji Sportif 1.3 C stolen from inside parked car in Hialeah on 4/25. Has white Fizik Arione saddle, disc brakes, and Shimano Ultegra pedals. Contact Mater if you have any information.
Biomega aluminum 2-speed automatic belt-drive bicycle. White, fork glows in the dark, disc brakes. Cash reward. Contact Ozzy at (347) 908-8419 if you have any information.
Mint green The Crosby by Pure City Cycles stolen from Miracle Mile in Coral Gables on 4/14. Bike has a detachable coral/orange wire basket (not pictured). Contact Sara at (630) 386-2826 if you have any information.
2015 black and green Stumpjumper Evo stolen from Bayside in Downtown Miami on 4/12. Has hunter green stem (not pictured) and carbon bottle cage. Contact Tracy at (732) 413-3011 if you have any information.
2015 Trek Marlin 5 stolen outside of Kush in Wynwood on 4/12. The thieves were seen leaving in a silver Expedition. Contact Jennifer at (786) 319-6669 if you have any information.
2012 black Cannondale Trail 6 stolen outside of Kush in Wynwood on 4/12. The thieves were seen leaving in a silver Expedition. Contact Venessa at (786) 362-3707 if you have any information.
2012 black/orange Trek 4300 Disc stolen from SuViche in Wynwood on 4/12 . Contact Stephen at (340) 514-2179 if you have any information.
(Two) Trek Marlin 7 bicycles stolen from North Bay Village on 3/25. Size 19.5 and 17.5. Contact Telma at (786) 503-2434 or (786) 452-4828 if you have any information, $500 reward!
Brown Gary Fisher Gritty stolen from Little Haiti on 4/9. Has a gold chain. Contact Karson if you have any information.
Pure Fix Cycles stolen on 3/28 from Midtown Miami. Contact Kayla at (305) 989-1810 if you have any information.
Sunday, April 12th
12 - 4pm FREE
90 NE 17 Street
Miami, Florida 33132
Miami's Independent Thinkers + A+E District host their very first bike event at Canvas Miami.
Starting at 12pm, discover the beautiful murals as well as the exciting plans and growth occurring within the A+E District during a 2 hour cruise of the neighborhood.
At 2pm, join Miami Bike Polo & The Miami Bike Scene for an exciting game of bike polo. They'll also be playing other fun bicycle games including: foot down, pick up the u-lock, bottom bracket, and a track stand competition.
Bike repair and ride support provided by Magic City Bicycle Collective.
Enjoy a good ol' fashion backyard BBQ offering vegetarian options. Enjoy complimentary Peroni, Jägermeister, Lemon City Ice Tea, Vita Coco along with Kryo Pops provided by Kryogenifex & our friends at The New Tropic.
DJ V will be hitting the decks for your listening pleasure.
The Underline's Public Meetings April 16-18! Please attend and tell them what you want.
Friends of the Underline, in partnership with Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department and the Miami-Dade Transit Department, cordially invite area you to attend three public meetings for The Underline Master Plan.
Meetings will focus on hearing your thoughts and ideas on what you want to do and see on the future Underline. Guided by the consultant design team, James Corner Field Operations, the conversation will inform the Framework Plan and Demonstration projects’ scope as well as to set key priorities together with the community.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Review Coral Gables, South Miami, to Dadeland S. Station areas
6 - 8pm
Jorge M. Perez Architecture Center
UM School of Architecture
1223 Theo Dickinson Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
Note: For residents/business owners within a mile of the MPath from LeJeune Rd (SW 57 Av.) & US1 to the intersection of Old Dixie Hwy. and Denicke St.
Sign up for meeting here.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Review Brickell area
5 - 7pm.
Miami-Dade Public Library
Main Library auditorium
101 W. Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130
Note: For residents and business owners within a mile of the MPath at the Miami River to SW 26 Ave.
Sign up for meeting here.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Review Vizcaya, Coconut Grove, Douglas Station areas
10am - 12pm
Vizcaya Village and Garage Frost Museum of Science property
3280 South Miami Ave., Miami FL 33129
Note: For residents and business owners within a mile of the MPath from SW 27th Road to the north side of LeJeune Rd and US1.
Sign up for meeting here.
You may also take this survey. The results of the survey will be shared with the design consultants.
Please check www.theunderline.org for changes in dates/times of meetings.
FDOT is currently soliciting feedback from the community in regards to a new design for SR 90 (SW 8th Street & SW 7th Street between SW 27th Avenue and Brickell).
There are several potential configurations for the project and we strongly encourage the cycling community to get involved by providing feedback requesting the configuration which includes the best bicycle facilities. We should not settle for sharrows on SW 7th Street as shown in one of the potential configurations. This is our opportunity to request bike lanes!
FDOT will begin the Project Development and Environment phase soon, and it is vital that we let them know how important bike lanes are in this project.
Please view the presentation and send your recommendations for bike lanes to Jeannette@iscprgroup.com