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Regular bike rides & events in Jacksonville.

July 22, 2011

Critical Mass:

Held every last Friday of the month, take off is at 5:00pm sharp from Memorial Park. We can’t wait for late comers, unfortunately, as this demonstration of peaceful protest must be stated during rush hour. For more info, contact 904 Fixed at https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/904fixed

For more information regarding the purpose of Jacksonville’s Critical Mass, click on the category “CRITICAL MASS OF JACKSONVILLE”.

Midnight Mass:

Held every Thursday each week, take off is at midnight from the parking lot adjacent to The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. For more info, contact Harley at https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/hmhenry

River City Hey Ride:

Held every Thursday each week, take off is at 7:00pm sharp from Friendship Fountain. For more info, contact Billy at  https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=1679047548

RAM Ride:

For those who’d like to bring the kids along, this slow and easy family friendly ride is held every Saturday morning each week, take off is at 8:30am from the bike valet at RAM. For more info, contact Garf at https://www.facebook.com/thegarfcooper

*PLEASE NOTE* DISCLAIMER *

This event is “Ride At Your Own Risk”. That includes all ages. Please understand, neither the event coordinators of this ride, nor the cyclists who join us each week, have any responsibility for your child. We do very much care about the safety of you and your children. Please see to it your child is close enough to you that he or she is in a good range of your vision, and should you need to call out to them, in good range of your voice as well.

By law, all children 17 and under must wear a helmet.

TuNiBiRi:

Tuesday Night Bicycle Ride is held every Tuesday night, from 8:00pm – 11:00pm through the streets of Atlantic, Neptune, Jacksonville, and Ponte Vedra Beaches. I believe they meet at The Sin Den each week, but that may change from time to time. For more info, contact TuNiBiRi at https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/groups/127729067307605

The 700 Ride:

Chasing the sunrise in the wee hours of each Monday morning. For more info on where and when to meet, contact Harley at The 700 Ride page: https://www.facebook.com/the700club?sk=wall

Full Moon Ride:

Full Moon Ride meets at Baker Point Park at the foot of the Ortega Bridge at Moon rise. It’s a wild howl of a ride strictly through neighborhoods for a completely outdoors approach to enjoying our community. Come ride and discover what you love about cycling the mean streets of Duval County. Dates vary but it’s usually hosted once a month. For more info, contact Harley at https://www.facebook.com/hmhenry

Best Friends Ride:

This ride is held intermittently throughout the year, but usually on Sunday afternoons starting at Birdies. For more info on the next ride, contact Best Friends Ride at https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Best-Friends-Ride/153515831337941

*PLEASE NOTE* DISCLAIMER *

Every single event listed here are, as always, “Ride At Your Own Risk”. That includes all ages. Please understand, neither the event coordinators of these rides, nor the cyclists who join us each week, have any responsibility for you. We do very much care about your safety. Lights for night rides are lawful and helmets are suggested. Almost all of these rides, with the exception of the RAM Ride, are ADULTS ONLY. That’s 18 and above in the State of Florida.

By law, all children 17 and under must wear a helmet.

 

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  1. August 9, 2011 2:23 AM

    Full Moon Ride meets at Baker Point Park at the foot of the Ortega Bridge at Moon rise. every month is our goal but occasionally we have to skip a month due to funding until we get this going full tilt. Its a wild howl of a ride through only neighborhoods in a completely outdoors approach of enjoying our community. We stay out of the venues and into the local parks and hidden treasure spots that have been long forgotten by the establishment. come ride and discover what you love about cycling the mean streets of Duval County

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