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Ivanhoe Village is getting some new bike racks

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This graphic, of a hopeful bike rack location near Bulk Barn on North Orange Avenue, was provided by Ivanhoe Village Main Street Program.

 

The City of Orlando is partnering with Ivanhoe Village Main Street (Facebook) to install 11 new bike racks at locations along Orange Avenue.

Ivanhoe is taking advantage of the free bike rack program we wrote about HERE, but they are hoping to modify them in order to better brand the district.

The racks will be blue, and five of them will host laser-cut signs of the Ivanhoe Village logo, pictured below.

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Ivanhoe is looking to raise $1,500 to pay for the laser-cut additions to the U-frame bike racks. To donate to their project, click HERE.

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Ivanhoe is hoping to place a rack in front of the former Brian’s Restaurant space on North Orange Avenue.

 

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This rack was proposed to be in front of Lucky Lure, but was denied already by FDOT.

 

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This rack will be hopefully located in front of Retro City Cycles on North Orange Avenue.

 

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bike rack 1
This graphic, of a hopeful bike rack location near Bulk Barn on North Orange Avenue, was provided by Ivanhoe Village Main Street Program.

 

The City of Orlando is partnering with Ivanhoe Village Main Street (Facebook) to install 11 new bike racks at locations along Orange Avenue.

Ivanhoe is taking advantage of the free bike rack program we wrote about HERE, but they are hoping to modify them in order to better brand the district.

The racks will be blue, and five of them will host laser-cut signs of the Ivanhoe Village logo, pictured below.

Untitled

Ivanhoe is looking to raise $1,500 to pay for the laser-cut additions to the U-frame bike racks. To donate to their project, click HERE.

bike rack 4
Ivanhoe is hoping to place a rack in front of the former Brian’s Restaurant space on North Orange Avenue.

 

bike rack 3
This rack was proposed to be in front of Lucky Lure, but was denied already by FDOT.

 

bike rack 2
This rack will be hopefully located in front of Retro City Cycles on North Orange Avenue.