Most traffic laws have a clear and effective purpose — to reinforce the rules of movement and promote safety. FS 316.2065 does not. It is a convoluted mess made of a vestigial law created in the 1940s to get bicyclists (presumed to be children) out of the way of motorists.
A Trail Traffic Control Working Group has been set up to address the misuse and overuse of stop signs on our multi-use path system. This is an overview of the process, challenges and possibilities and what you can do to help.
As more and more people take to cycling in Florida, and as more and more learn how to drive their bicycles in a safe and law-abiding manner, a disheartening trend is starting to emerge.
Due to rain and washed out roads several places along our route. We’ll try again next month! Ride safe everyone. Read More
Looking for a cycling event that benefits cycling? Attend the Celebration of Cycling in DeLand, the weekend of October 25, 26 and 27.
Do you feel safe & confident cycling in traffic? (Yes? That’s wonderful!) If not, join us on Sept. 26 and 27 and you will! Details can be found... Read More
From our friends at ReThink: Downtown residents, visitors and commuters have more options thanks to a new carshare program beginning in Orlando this fall. Under the... Read More
On Saturday, June 29, 2013, 19 Orlando cyclists gathered to commemorate the anniversary of the “Ride With Larry.” The original event took place in South... Read More
Time to unfold those little folding bikes and put some air in their tiny tires. We’re having another foldie fun ride! Date: Friday, July 19, 2013 Time: 7:00 PM ... Read More
Oh those sneaky amendments. A few years ago bicyclists were blindsided by the insertion of a mandatory bike lane law into transportation bill HB 971. This year... Read More