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If the only way you have found to keep your sanity in the absurd traffic of Miami is by hopping onto your bicycle and riding, you are not alone. As traffic worsens and gas prices skyrocket, bike commuting is slowly becoming less of a recreational idea and more of a reasonable commuting alternative. In addition to navigating around South Florida traffic, biking is an easy way to save money regularly and get in shape daily. Miami-Dade TV has released this video showing an example of an elementary school arts teacher who commutes daily from Cutler Ridge to North Miami using bike and transit.

This website will be helpful to map your route or to see other people’s routes.

Do you commute by bike? Have you considered the idea? We’d love to hear from you.

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7 Responses to Cycling in Miami-Dade

  1. DCvision says:

    I have been commuting by bike for a little over a month. We have saved more than 200$ on fuel bills, and I can feel my fitness level increase. I started by biking/riding metrorail, but now I bike the whole 8 mile route, to and from work.


  2. Anonymous says:

    So at todays commission meeting the Mayor and Commission approved the creation of a B.A.C. or a Bicycle Advisory Committee. This is made up of people from Emerge Miami (known for their critical mass rides), and the Green Mobility network. I’m not sure all the others yet, but it was great to see the Mayor and Commissioners taking a positive stance on biking.


  3. kingofrance says:

    Here’s another site with routes: (thanks to Critical Miami for that one)


  4. Anonymous says:

    I was big on bikes until I was hot by a car recently while riding! Now I simply use the metro bus, careful people!!


  5. Gabriel J. Lopez-Bernal says:

    Anon #1… Didn’t you see me there too? Transit Miami was recognized alongside Emerge and Green Mobility…


  6. diddiyo says:

    i go to work by bike as often as possible. it’s a six mile roundtrip.


  7. Anonymous says:

    It may surprise some of you but it’s actually possible to get around Pembroke Pines without a car, although it’s very inconvenient. I saved so much money by getting rid of my car. I pay $20 a month for a bus pass and I bike to the stops. I use the bus to get to school and work. Biking is healthier too. I lost 10 pounds easily in a few months.


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