Sunday, May 23, 2021

South Florida Trikke Segway Tours And Bike Rental
1401 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Join Debris Free Oceans for a beach cleanup and bike tour of #PlasticFreeMB businesses

"May is National Bike Month, and according to its founding org - the League of American Bicyclists - the #BikeThere movement exists to create “safer streets, more connected communities, a healthier planet, and happier people”!

So what better way to explore several sustainable #plasticfreeMB businesses than by taking to the streets on two wheels during our upcoming #PlasticFreeMB Bike Crawl event! We’ll start with a short ride from South Florida Trikke to South Pointe where we will do a beach cleanup, then hop back on our bikes and stop for snacks at a few of our #plasticfreeMB businesses!

First we will stop at Lilikoi Organic Living for avocado toast and lemonade- YUM. Lilikoi has replaced plastic straws, bags, and takeout containers with paper alternatives, and they use metal cutlery in-store.

Then we will stop at Under the Mango Tree for mini acai bowls- DELISH! Under the Mango Tree is 100% plastic-free, and has eliminated plastic straws, cutlery, bags, carryout containers, and coffee cups.

We will return our bikes to South Florida Trikke around 12 pm :)

Each $20 ticket includes the bike rental, delicious food & drink samples, and a Debris Free Oceans reusable cup. The City of Miami Beach will also be raffling off a few reusable utensils sets!

#PlasticFreeMB is a City of Miami Beach certification program that highlights and supports local businesses that have eliminated single-use plastics from their operations- there are currently more than 100 MEMBER BIZ'S! Amazing. Congratulations Miami Beach!

Head to to learn more about the program, browse an interactive map of all member businesses, and sign up for the program!"


Debris Free Oceans is a Miami-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to inspiring local communities to responsibly manage waste and eradicate marine debris. Since our inception in 2015, Debris Free Oceans has removed over 40,000 lbs of marine debris with over 5,600 volunteers, and has also educated over 8,500 students about the sources, impacts, and solutions to plastic pollution. We have hosted more than 200 zero-waste events designed to promote positive behavior change engaging more than 10,800 people. We also provide comprehensive sustainability consulting services to local businesses, and the group has eliminated millions of single-use plastics from the waste stream by working with leading establishments and local governments, including the City of Miami Beach, The Rusty Pelican, The Wynwood Yard, Whiskey Joes, Under the Mango Tree, and Treehouse Miami