Ride Around Orlando: Experience the City from the Bike Perspective

Ride Around Orlando: Experience the City from the Bike Perspective

Visit some of Orlando's defining structures, parks, and neighborhoods on this bicycle tour. During your ride, you'll discuss how the city has provided its residents with alternate means of transportation while emphasizing cultural significance. 

You'll start your ride at the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, the heart of the downtown arts district. From there, it's onto the Church Street district, where biking, pedestrian, and commuter rail intersect with the history of Orlando. Next, head through the financial district to Lake Eola, one of the city's most popular parks. 

Your ride will continue with stops in the Thornton Park Main Street district, Loch Haven Park, and Mead Gardens via the Dinky Line. (Part of the Orlando Urban Trail, the Dinky Line follows a repurposed railway line.) 

The tour will end at Park Avenue, Winter Park. There, you can ditch your wheels and see why this last neighborhood is one of the most walkable in Central Florida. 

Date: April 2, 2017

Time: 9am

 

Tour lasts about 2 hours. Route is approximately 9 miles. Tour starts at DPAC and ends at Park Avenue in Winter Park. Return route is approximately 7 miles. Meet at the corner of South St. & Magnolia Ave.

 

Bring your own bike or rent a Juice Bike.

Location: Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center

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