This Sunday at 2pm, cyclists will ride once again for Christophe Le Canne - this time in solidarity with New York City cyclists and non-profit TIME’S UP!, who have organized a ride of their own at the same time in Brooklyn. Local cyclist and TM friend Eddy is organizing this ride to start at Government Center and stop at both Le Canne’s memorial site and that of cyclist Omar Otaola, who died on the Rickenbacker in 2006. You can see the route here and RSVP on Facebook here.
As MiamiBikeScene’s Rydel points out, this is an opportunity for those of us who missed the last ride to take part. We’ll update this space with any new information.
Hit and Run driver Carlos Bertonatti is set to go to court on Monday at 8:30am. Undoubtedly, he will be surrounded by both fans and cyclists. Bertonatti will face Judge David Miller at the Justice Building (1351 NW 12th Street) in Room 3-2.
- NYC Group Organizing Miami Solidarity Bicycle Ride this Sunday
- It’s a Sunday morning ride; not the Tour de France…
- Miguel Rocafort Memorial Ride This Sunday
- Time to stop playing politics on the Rickenbacker Causeway, every Sunday should be a ciclovia on the Rickenbacker.
- Just another Sunday morning on the Rickenbacker Causeway
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