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Arts
6:57 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

Watch A Play About Miami History While Riding Your Bike

Zachary Good, a "History on Wheels" performer.
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The Front Yard Theater Collective is taking a bike ride through Miami this weekend. It'll be no ordinary ride -- it'll be a ride behind Julia Tuttle, the "Mother of Miami," as she rides her time-traveling bicycle through her city's past, present and future.

"History on Wheels" will have audience members riding their bicycles from scene to scene in downtown Miami.

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Riders On the Road
3:16 pm
Fri January 31, 2014

Here Is Tonight's Critical Mass Map And Info

Commuters beware: Critical Mass Miami will hold its monthly bike ride throughout the city tonight. 

Riders will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Government Center downtown and the ride will end at The Filling Station Express on Northwest First Avenue. The 13-mile ride will pass through several neighborhoods, including Little Havana and the Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. See the map below for the complete route.

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Biking
6:01 am
Wed May 22, 2013

Bicycling In South Florida Isn't As Good As It Should Be, But It's Getting Better

The bicycling community in South Florida is showing signs of growth.
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Year-round sun, miles of oceanside roadways, few changes in elevation: South Florida should be a paradise for even the most casual of bicyclists. But the state is also home to plenty of thoroughfares with posted speeds in excess of 50 mph., three lanes of traffic in each direction and lots of traffic lights. Not exactly a recipe for safe and happy cycling. 

RELATED: How Much Do You Walk? Livability In South Florida

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Bike Culture
5:40 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

Ditch Your Car And Ride A B-Cycle

Broward B-Cycle offers commuters a chance to ditch their cars for short trips around various county locations.
Credit hollywodmargaritaville.com

Riding a bike is a childhood right of passage.  As we age, we move from tricycle to bike with training wheels to classic two-wheeler. But at some point we shift from bikes to the expanded mobility of owning a car.

Kathryn Moore, program manager at Broward B-Cycle, thinks people should consider going back to the basics when it comes to getting around downtown Fort Lauderdale.

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The Year That Was
3:30 pm
Thu December 27, 2012

South Florida's Notable Deaths Of 2012

Hundreds of cyclists showed up for a memorial bike ride on the Rickenbacker Causeway following the hit-and-run death of cyclist Aaron Cohen, 36.
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South Florida lost a number of notable figures in 2012.

Bee Gees singer and former Miami resident Robin Gibb died at 62 after a battle with cancer.

Tony Goldman, the developer credited with turning South Beach and Wynwood into thriving destinations, died at 68 from heart failure.

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