The City of Miami has made the official Bike Miami Promo and Route posters available for download.

Just click here.


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  1. Ellen says:

    I visited many merchants quickly on Flagler Street during lunch today with the Bike Miami flyers. No one from the city has let them know about Bike Miami. Many of the food shops on Flagler are closed on Sundays due to low business volume. Maybe that can change on November 9.


  2. maaaty says:

    Good point, Ellen. I hope some of them open up on Sunday. I’m going to print now and drop off this weekend at local bike shops & other places.


  3. mike lydon says:

    It is my understanding that the City has communicated with many of the businesses downtown and around Flagler, encouraging them to stay open. I think much of the effort was done through the DDA. I could be wrong though, or in the least, they probably didn’t reach out to everyone.

    Ellen, curious on how many businesses gave you this reaction. Thanks to you both for getting out and flyering. I plan to do my part here on the beach this weekend.


  4. Ellen says:

    First off, I didn’t go into any high end jewelry shops. Most of the electronic stores like Radio Shack are already open. It’s mostly the food places that are closed on Sunday and not one food place had heard of Bike Miami and I visited every little food place on Flagler almost all the way to Biscayne except for Wendy’s and LaLoggia. Not a single merchant that I spoke to [and I tried to speak with a manager] had heard of Bike Miami, including Foot Locker but a lot of them have the full page flyers now [unforch only in black & white] and I noticed that some nearby customers were listening to my little spiel also. This is definitely a word-of-mouth effort.


  5. mike lydon says:

    Thanks Ellen. I will let the folks at City Hall know of your experience. We appreciate you getting out and flyering the area!


  6. Mike Lydon says:


    I was on a conference call yesterday with about a dozen city officials and other bicycle activists and rest assured the DDA is picking up the ball here. Apparently, they have been slow on the upswing because of the Urban Land Institute conference here in South Beach. One can imagine they are trying to sell the pants off downtown. However, they assured us that all the promo material is going to be blasted out early next week to thousands and thousands of people on several contact lists. They are also printing 5,000 of the fliers and will be distributing.


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