• 2nd SOBE Stretch Relief Ride

    400 17th St

    Hosted by Custom Coastal Cruisers We are going to be riding through SOBE area every 4th Saturday. Looking for this to be a sight seeing, photo opportunities, and stops for drinks and food type slow ride. We will have a local bike friend guiding us so we hit all the neat local spots. Come join us! All bikes welcome! Parking:[masked]th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139 or or convention center area, or 21st and collins, your choice. Public parking garages are your cheapest options we have found so far. Meet up: Soundscape Park,[masked]th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, with pedals up at 1 PM. Make sure to give yourself time for drive and the inevitable social and bike prep time at start of ride, lol. General Itinerary: The Deuce Bar/Sandwicherie, Ted's, Monty's, Dewey's, and spend some time on ocean dr./beach area riding around. It will be a hot one so bring a suit if you want to take a quick dip in the ocean and bring plenty to drink (we will be stopping for adult beverages of course...😉). Also sunscreen, towel and change of shirt or two... lol.

  • Wakey, Wakey! Weekly Sunday Morning Ride

    Needs a location

    This is a weekly ride for riders of most skill levels and most types of bicycles (hybrids, fitness, and road). The ride is sanctioned by the Caloosa Riders Bicycle Club, thus helmets are required, no ear buds, and no aero bar use while in the group. We always ride at 13-15mph, usually cover 18 to 22 miles, and the ride is considered "no drop". We vary the routes from week to week, but stay mostly on the path system in Lee County: 6 Mile Cypress, Daniels Pkwy, Lakes Park, John Yarbrough Linear Park, etc. This ride is also known as the "Pedals and Pancakes" Ride as on the first Sunday of each month we ride to Page Field and grab the breakfast put on by the Experimental Aircraft Association ($6) each. We ride at 7:30am (weather permitting) from the TREK Bicycle Store in Ft. Myers. For more information please contact Steve Rodgers at the TREK store:[masked]

  • Monday Minions Ride

    Fort Myers Cyclery - Schwinn GT Jamis Colnago

    This is a weekly ride that rolls in the 13-15 mph range. Total distance around 15 miles. After the ride most go over to Square 1 restaurant for the $5 burger and fries deal. If you are looking to get into cycling beyond the casual roll, this is an ideal ride for you. Expect 10 to 20 cyclists on this one. Fun and helpful always. A "no drop" ride. Lights and helmet required.

  • Taco Tuesday Ride

    Trek Bicycle Store of Fort Myers

    Every Tuesday night, We Ride For Tacos!!! After a 21 mile ride on Treeline/Old Airport/Daniels/6 Mile Cypress roads and paths, we'll finish at Tijuana Flats for Taco Tuesday. B RIDERS: 16 to 18 mph for the basic group. A RIDERS: The faster group rides at 20mph plus. We finish well after dark, so FRONT AND REAR HEADLIGHTS are REQUIRED!! After the ride all meet up at Tijuana Flats restaurant which is very near the Trek store. Ride Leader: Steve Rodgers

  • SWFL Critical Mass in Cape Coral

    SW FL Military Museum & Library

    *****New Meetup Place*****at the SWFL Military Museum, next to Rib City. TIME CHANGE! MEET UP 7:30 PM, ROLL AT 8:00PM Come out and join this fun and growing group of bikers! This is an 11 mile ride that rolls as one cohesive group at a very relaxed speed of 8-10 mph with a 10 minute break half way through at the Cape Coral Yatch Club. Attendance 35-75. It sounds like a lot of riders, but know that we ride safely, consciously and with guidance from the Cape Coral Police Department. Basically, they block and guide traffic for us. As with all night rides, bike lights (white on front and red on back) are required and helmets are strongly encourages, required if under 16 years old. If you need some lights, they will be available for free before the ride takes off. Join us also for the AFTER MASS fun. Pub announced at the ride. Please check your tires, brakes, lights and gear prior to joining this ride. We know you wouldn't want to hold the group up waiting for assistance from our riders -though we're happy to get you rolling! more info at: www.SWFLcriticalmass.com

  • SWFL Critical Mass monthly Saturday Morning Slow Roll & training

    Side lot next to the downtown Publix

    Are you new to group riding, or want enjoy riding through town and the neighborhoods surrounding the Edison home? Join us for a casual 8-10 mph roll on the last Saturday of every month. This is a perfect way to learn how to group ride, have a good time and to make new friends. A very family friendly ride. The ride is 6 miles long in total. Grab your bike and helmet, come and ride! Meet up in the usual side lot next to Publix. Meet up 8am, Roll 8:15 more info at: www.SWFLcriticalmass.com

  • Critical Mass 6th Anniversary Beach Party!

    Centennial Park

    Masser's...SURF's UP...Let's get ready to Roll...for our Beach Party!! Food, Fun, Raffle, Costume/Bike, contest and all your Critical Mass biking friends, and of course a MASSIVE AWESOME TIME! *****RAFFLE RAFFLE RAFFLE**** There will be a selection of cool raffle items to try your luck on...Tickets are $1.00 each or 15 tickets for $10.00 - EVERY attendee will get (1) ONE Complimentary ticket!! For those that can not join us for the pre-ride shenanigans the bike ride will be at 8:00 pm or as soon as EVERYTHING is cleaned up and we will roll out from the pavilion at CENTENNIAL PARK. There is LIMITED PARKING @ Centennial Park. Attendees can DROP OFF their goodies and chairs with volunteers at the pavilion and then find parking. We recommend parking in our usual meet up spot (big empty lot by Publix) and biking over. There is limited seating so please bring your own chairs. The schedule is as follows: 4:00 pm – Volunteers and initial set up 5:00 pm – Event Begins 6:00 pm – Games & Activities 6:45 pm – Raffle Closes 7:15 pm – Clean up 8:00 pm – Roll Out and Ride Food will be Pot-Luck Style, BYOB - Bring your own beverages...***NO ALCOHOL PERMITTED*** – per City Parks Facility Rules REMINDER: We will be responsible for cleaning up all items and leaving the pavilion cleaner than we found it!! This means the ride will NOT roll until EVERYTHING is removed from the pavilion. This will ensure no one is left behind and all volunteers can participate in the ride. Bring food in DISPOSABLE containers to make clean-up quick and easy for Volunteers; individuals bringing NON-DISPOSABLE items are responsible for cleaning up their own coolers, utensils and dishes or they will thrown away.

  • Wakey, Wakey! Weekly Sunday Morning Ride

    Needs a location

    This is a weekly ride for riders of most skill levels and most types of bicycles (hybrids, fitness, and road). The ride is sanctioned by the Caloosa Riders Bicycle Club, thus helmets are required, no ear buds, and no aero bar use while in the group. We always ride at 13-15mph, usually cover 18 to 22 miles, and the ride is considered "no drop". We vary the routes from week to week, but stay mostly on the path system in Lee County: 6 Mile Cypress, Daniels Pkwy, Lakes Park, John Yarbrough Linear Park, etc. This ride is also known as the "Pedals and Pancakes" Ride as on the first Sunday of each month we ride to Page Field and grab the breakfast put on by the Experimental Aircraft Association ($6) each. We ride at 7:30am (weather permitting) from the TREK Bicycle Store in Ft. Myers. For more information please contact Steve Rodgers at the TREK store:[masked]

  • Monday Minions Ride

    Fort Myers Cyclery - Schwinn GT Jamis Colnago

    This is a weekly ride that rolls in the 13-15 mph range. Total distance around 15 miles. After the ride most go over to Square 1 restaurant for the $5 burger and fries deal. If you are looking to get into cycling beyond the casual roll, this is an ideal ride for you. Expect 10 to 20 cyclists on this one. Fun and helpful always. A "no drop" ride. Lights and helmet required.

  • Taco Tuesday Ride

    Trek Bicycle Store of Fort Myers

    Every Tuesday night, We Ride For Tacos!!! After a 21 mile ride on Treeline/Old Airport/Daniels/6 Mile Cypress roads and paths, we'll finish at Tijuana Flats for Taco Tuesday. B RIDERS: 16 to 18 mph for the basic group. A RIDERS: The faster group rides at 20mph plus. We finish well after dark, so FRONT AND REAR HEADLIGHTS are REQUIRED!! After the ride all meet up at Tijuana Flats restaurant which is very near the Trek store. Ride Leader: Steve Rodgers