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Next Sunday Group Ride

May 20, 9 am

Summit East.

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Discover Tallahassee by Bike

In this Bike to Work Week we'll ride the FAMU Campus and surroundings. May 15 6:30 starting from Proof brewing. CCC Bike Social starts at 7:30 at Proof Brewing.  

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Kids on Bikes

Help us continue to make Tallahassee a great place for bicycling though our family and youth programs including Elementary school Education and Trips for Kids.

Welcome to Capital City Cyclists, a recreational bike club and bicycle advocacy organization for the Florida Capital region. 

Bike To Work Week - May 14 - May 18

Johan van Tol - 5/12/2018

May is National Bike Month

Johan van Tol - 4/25/2018

The month of May is officially National Bike Month, also in Tallahassee. Both the city and the county will make the bike month proclamation at their next commission meetings. Various events will be organized this month. City planning staff together with community partners will be kicking off the month with the Tallahassee-Leon County Bicycle Expo, on Tuesday, May 1st, 6 p.m. at the Anita Favors Thompson Plaza at Lake Anita (under the Duval Street overpass at FAMU Way and S. Adams Street). There will be a food truck, Sneauxball Catering Co., and planning staff will walk participants through the ins and outs of traveling around Tallahassee on two wheels. Some topics that will be covered include basic set-up, equipment and safety. Bird Legs Bicycles, the Great Bicycle Shop, Higher Ground and Bicycle House will be on hand for bicycle tunes ups and to offer maintenance tips and tricks.


Once your bike is ready to go, Planning Staff will lead a ride through Cascades Park to officially kick off the month! If you’re interested in cycling but don’t have a bike, there will be Pace Bike Share bikes on hand for rent. Please e-mail for additional information, or visit

Take action on Digitally !

Lights that don't turn green for you? Often the in-pavement detection loop does not detect cyclists, either because the sensitivity is set too low, or you do not know where the sweetspot is for the loop to detect your rims. 
Put your frustration into a citizen complaint on DigiTally. How can cyclists be expected to stop for red if they can never get a green? Help things to change! See more in Bicycle Detection