Friday, June 24th
6:30pm (ride starts at 7:15pm)
150 NW First Street
The ride will be going through East Little Havana, Grapeland Heights, Allapattah, Brownsville, Liberty City, Wynwood, Overtown, and Downtown Miami. Total distance is approximately 16 miles.
W. Flagler Street is under reconstruction. Only 2 lanes are open, please obey all road closed signage. Do not weave in & out of barricade drums. Do not ride on closed lanes!
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
Vintage steel Sekai 400 64cm bicycle stolen from South Beach on 12/2. Very large bike with bullhorns. Above is the photo of the thief. Contact Gavin at (305) 799-2864 if you have any information.
Cannondale F600 and Dynacraft fixed gear with Thule rear rack stolen from NeoVertika in Brickell. Contact Oliver at (305) 975-3134 if you have any information.
2015 Scott Scale 910 29er stolen from Doral on 9/26. Contact Carol if you have any information.
White and pink track bike with custom painted on black designs stolen from Coral Way/Coconut Grove area. The bike has pink handlebar tape, Truvativ cranks, SRAM chain ring, and Token wheels. Contact Adormarie at (828) 772-4941 if you have any information.
Two track bikes stolen from residence on 64th and Biscayne (Upper East Side) on 9/22. First is a white Corima Cougar w/ Campagnolo C Record crankset, Dura Ace headset, Cinelli handlebars, HED back wheel, Tri Spoke on front. Second bike is a black KHS Flite w/ black SRAM crankset and Velocity Deep V's (not wheels pictured). Contact Jonathan at (305) 767-5616 if you have any information.
Custom brown cruiser stolen from Miami Beach on 9/21. Has Profile cranks, blue grips, blue gumwall tires and Brooks saddle. Chrome BMX handlebars (not pictured). Contact Philippe if you have any information.
White fat tire Mongoose Vision stolen from the Fountainebleau in Miami Beach on 8/20. Contact Diego at (305) 302-0111 if you have any information.
Vintage baby blue Schwinn Le Tour stolen from Little Haiti on 8/23. Contact Robert at (213)155-6083 if you have any information.
Black SE PK Ripper with decals stolen from Biscayne Blvd near Edgewater on 8/17. Red handlebar, black Aerospoke front wheel. Contact Karim at (305) 968-1013 if you have any information.
Midnight blue fat tire bike with yellow rims stolen on 8/11 from Biscayne Blvd near Edgewater. Contact Drew at (636) 675-1661 if you have any information.
Two road bikes stolen from car parked at CVS in West Kendall on (7/17). First bike is a Pinarello Dogma 2 (serial #2AA4650800330). The 2nd bike is Cannondale Six (serial #UM46178). Contact Camilo at (904) 504-4519 if you have any information.
Mercier Kilo TT (gray/raw) stolen from Wynwood on (7/18). Brooks brown leather saddle and grips. No decals, lots of spacers on stem. If you have any information contact Coco at (817) 999-7321.
2016 Specialized Sirrus Pro Carbon w/ Roval wheels stolen on (6/13). If you have any information contact John at (786) 547-2056.
Stealth B-52 electric bike stolen from Miami Bikes located on 88th St and Biscayne Blvd on (6/19). The bike does not have key or charger. If you have any information please contact (786) 387-1594.
IZIP E3 Sumo fat tire electric bike stolen from Miami Bikes located on 88th St and Biscayne Blvd on (6/19). The bike does not have key or charger. If you have any information please contact (786) 387-1594.
Haibike Xduro HardSeven RC electric bike stolen from Miami Bikes located on 88th St and Biscayne Blvd on (6/19). The bike does not have key or charger. If you have any information please contact (786) 387-1594.
2015 IZIP E3 Dash electric bike stolen from Miami Bikes located on 88th St and Biscayne Blvd on (6/19). The bike does not have key or charger. If you have any information please contact (786) 387-1594.
Fuji Nevada 29er 1.7 stolen on (6/13) from building in Brickell. Contact Alberto at (786) 678-8942 if you have any information.
Trek X-Caliber 6 with disc brakes and Maxis tires stolen from Midtown on (6/6). Contact Andrea at (786) 280-1195 if you have any information.
Sunday, July 3rd
Douglas Metrorail Station
3100 Douglas Rd
Miami, FL 33134
"Bike to PAMM with The Underline Cycling Club on Sunday, July 3rd. We’ll meet at 10 AM at the Douglas Metrorail Station and ride north 7.1 miles one way to PAMM (Perez Art Museum Miami) 1103 Biscayne Blvd.
Please join us for our monthly M-Path bike ride with a cultural twist. We have arranged for FREE admission to the museum for the first 50 cyclists who sign up and a special Underline Cycling Club museum tour. Our monthly rides are open to all bicyclists age 12 and over. Let’s show that biking is a fun, safe, and healthy way for you and your family and enjoy one of our county's cultural gems. Helmets, waivers, and fun required!
You can make a tax-deductible contribution of any amount but $10 person is recommended and very much appreciated."
Friends of The Underline, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, will transform the underutilized land below Miami’s Metrorail, from the Miami River (near downtown) to Dadeland South Station, into a 10-mile, world-class, linear park and living art destination directly connected to transit.
Monday, June 27th
South Miami City Hall
6130 SW 72nd Street
South Miami, FL 33143
The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) invites area residents to attend a public workshop for the Snapper Creek Trail Segment “B” Master Plan from K-Land Park (9475 SW 88 Street) to Dante Fascell Park (8600 SW 57 Ave), which is approximately 5 miles. The trail will ultimately connect community assets including the Dadeland North Metrorail Station, the M-Path/Underline, the Ludlam Trail, and the Red Road Linear Park.
This workshop is for the public to learn about the project and give input on pedestrian and bicycle improvements within the study area. As part of the workshop, County staff will answer questions about the plan.
The overall Snapper Creek Trail was originally identified as one of the main corridors in the North Dade Greenways Network Master Plan, and a Master Plan for the Snapper Creek Trail Segment “A”, from the FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus to K-Land Park, was prepared in 2008 as a result.
More information on the Snapper Creek Trail Segment “B” Master Plan, including the project presentation and draft map of alternatives, is available on the MPO website.
Wednesday, June 29th
Crandon Park Marina
4000 Crandon Blvd
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
"As part of a six-month project, Crandon Boulevard was milled and resurfaced to increase safety. Improvements were made to the existing bike lane by adding vibratory striping, alerting drivers when they cross into the bike lane. Also, a diagonally striped buffer zone creating separation between motorists and cyclists; solar-powered pavement lights/reflectors to illuminate the traffic lane/bike lane separation at night; and green reflective paint on the bike lane to clearly signal to drivers that the bike lane is not part of the right-of-way" - Mayor Gimenez
Sunday, June 12th
8am - 1pm
Come out to Washington Avenue for a car-free stroll, skate or bike ride on the open street!
We're back with our second #MBCiclovía on Sunday, June 12 by transforming Washington Avenue from 5 to 16 streets into a paved park for people of all ages to stroll, cycle, skateboard, rollerblade and enjoy a new experience and the businesses along Washington Avenue.
Washington Avenue from 5 to 16 Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic during this event. For attendees traveling to the event by motor vehicle, you are encouraged to park at the garages on Collins Avenue at 7, 13 and 16 streets.
Don't forget your bikes, skates and skateboards!
RSVP on Facebook event page. Share your photos online using the hashtag #MBCiclovía