March is Florida Bicycle Month!

Governor DeSantis signed an official proclamation recognizing March as Florida Bicycle Month.

Visit the new Coast-to-Coast (C2C) Trail website. When completed, the C2C Trail will span approximately 250 miles, connecting nine counties through Central Florida from Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean.

For safety tips and resources for Florida Bicycle Month, visit For more information on bicycle and pedestrian safety, visit

Check out the Bike/Walk Tampa Bay calendar and join the Tampa Bay Bike Challenge – register HERE!

March 12:  Downtown’s Bike to Work Ride and Rally – Tampa

March 14:  Dean’s Ride – Plant City

March 14: Ride 4 the Animals – Dunedin

March 15: Starkey MTB Trails Group Ride – New Port Richey (off road)

March 17:  Mayor’s Proclamation signing – Temple Terrace

March 21: Clean Air Ride – Inverness

March 22:  Gran Fondo Florida– San Antonio

March 27:  Bike with the Mayor – Temple Terrace

March 31:  Safe Streets Pinellas Summit – Clearwater

Listings for Florida Bicycle Month are provided as a service to Florida residents and visitors.  Please contact the program directly for information.  

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