CLICK HERE to view the official Pinecrest e-blast for more information for this event. The event will be held beginning at 9:00 AM and lasts through 11:30 AM. The event will be held at Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 Red Road.
There is a bike helmet give-away to the first 100 participants. The actual bike ride (4, 3 and 2 mile bike loops) begin at 10:00 AM.
Pinecrest and Cutler Bay have been dong quite well with their family bike events. See Annual Hometown Harvest Bike Ride draws nearly 100, by Gary Alan Ruse Date posted: January 7, 2013.
Cutler Bay’s traditional fall event, the Hometown Harvest Bike Ride, returned for its sixth year on Sunday, Dec. 9 2012, It attracted nearly 100 riders. The purpose of Cutler Bay's annual ride is to provide a fun family event, promote bike safety and encourage more people to use bicycles as transportation.
Palmetto bay used to hold bike rides. I again offer to volunteer my time to assist in getting this event back on the road. The initial Palmetto Bay council thanks resident Eric Tullberg for his invaluable assistance in putting these rides together for Palmetto Bay in the past. See my prior article on past Palmetto Bay Earth Week events, including Eric Tullberg's successes in leading the past Palmetto Bay family bike rides: Reflections on Palmetto Bay's Earth Week celebrations. Pinecrest's April 10 celebration