UPDATE: The annual ride has been postponed to April 5 due to weather.

Join Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer on Friday, March 22, 2024, as he hops on his (or borrows a) bike and pedals to Orlando City Hall as part of an ongoing annual tradition to call attention to different ways to commute in the City Beautiful, other than in a car – though, he was unable to actually participate last year.

Riders will rally at 7 a.m. at the SoDo Shopping Plaza, before heading out at 8 a.m. on a police-escorted group ride through the streets of downtown Orlando, all the way to City Hall, where they will be greeted by a special Bike to Work Day celebration in the courtyard. The “party” will feature tables where workers and commuters can learn more about the city’s ongoing bicycle infrastructure efforts, and connect with local organizations like Bike Walk Central Florida and the Orlando Bike Coalition.

A limited number of Bird and Lime e-bikes will be available for those who want to participate but do not own a bike of their own. Free, all-day parking will also be available at the SoDo Shopping Center Parking Garage above Target for those who have to drive downtown in order to ride.

Click HERE to register.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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