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Upcoming Bike Month Events

May 14, 2012

Get all kinds of Jacksonville Bike Month info right here:

Pecha Kucha 19 at the Cummer Museum, a Bike Presentation

Tuesday, May 15th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Pecha Kucha is a fun way for people to present… anything they want. The kicker: They’re only allotted 20 slides and only 20 seconds to speak about each slide. Always makes for a great time. Plus, it’s FREE.

This Pecha Kucha, one of our members, Goliath Flores, will be talking about his perspective of the bike life here in Jacksonville.

Event page to RSVP:

Ride of Silence at LakeShore Bicycles and Fitness

Wednesday, May 16th, 7:00pm – 10:00pm

This is an annual, worldwide bike riding event to honor our fallen cyclists.

Event page to RSVP:

WJCT’s First Coast Forum

Thursday, May 17th, 8:00pm

NPR radio or WJCT TV

Tune in and find out about Jacksonville’s transportation shortcomings and why it is our motorists react so negatively to cyclists and pedestrians when compared to other citizens sharing the roadways in more progressive metropolitan areas of the country.

More info on the WJCT page:

National Bike to Work Day

Friday, May 18th, All Day

Ride your bike to work and be the envy of all your coworkers for being such a badass.

Free Day of CoWorking at CoWork Jax

Friday, May 18th, All Day

CoWork Jax is one of the most fantastic places for freelancers and self-employed Jacksonville residents to work. Or if you have that day off from your job and you would like a cool and inspirational space to work on your computer, sketch, and stuff like that, you’re very welcome. You really need to go to their website to see what I’m talking about. And this day, if you ride your bike there, they’ll let you use their space all day for FREE. He-LLO indoor bike rack!

More info here:

RAM Ride

Saturday, May 19th, 8:30am – Usually 11:30 or so

The ride is every Saturday morning. Meet time starts at 8:30AM and take-off at 9AM. Meet right next to the bike valet at the Riverside Arts Market. We’ll be making a stop along the way to get some refreshments and/or snacks. We’ll then return to the Arts Market at 10:30AM’ish, in time to enjoy and get fresh local produce, and fresh baked bread. The ride will be approximately 10miles at a moderate speed, keeping in mind the speed and skill level of the least experienced rider.

Cabot Tour and Save the St. Johns Ferry

Sunday, May 20th, around noon

A lot of information so just click here for details:

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