On Friday, March 8, 2019 The City of Fort Lauderdale and its community partners invite you to celebrate bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Be one of the first 500 riders to register and participate in this free event, then bike to the pit stop of your choice throughout the City and receive refreshments and other great giveaways!
Bike to Work Day FTL is part of a series of events celebrating March as Bike Month in the State of Florida. It celebrates the bicycle as a fun and healthy transportation mode and is an opportunity for novice cyclists to try two-wheeled commuting and a chance for veteran riders to share fellowship.
Fort Lauderdale’s first Bike to Work celebration will feature a number of pit stops throughout the city. The pit stops are planned safe and comfortable places where riders can grab a bite, have a drink, and talk with other cyclists about their love of two-wheeling. Pit stops will be open Friday, March 8, 2019 from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and will be hosted by a number of organizations.
Each pit stop will provide registered attendees free refreshments and chances to win other great prizes. Please be sure to register with your pit stop location to be eligible for the giveaways. Feel free to visit multiple pit stops on Bike to Work Day, but remember that your free giveaways can only be picked up at the pit stop you select during registration.
Please note that Fort Lauderdale’s MAIN pit stop will be located in Huizenga Plaza.
Register online now!
Contact Mauricio Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sponsor, volunteer, or become a convoy leader for the event.
Partners and Sponsors
- Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation
- South Florida Commuter Services
- Fort Lauderdale DDA
- Broward County Parks and Recreation Division
- Brightline - use BIKE19 to receive a discounted fare for the month of March.
- Recyclable Bicycle Exchange
- Av-Med Rides
- Downtown Bicycles
- Conte's Bike Shop
Frequently Asked Questions
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