The Underline Cycling Club Joins Bike Walk Coral Gables for Merrick Biking Tour
Sun Oct 20, 9:30 a.m.
Ride along with Bike Walk Coral Gables for a special Fall treat celebrating the life of Coral Gables founder, George Merrick. This leisurely, educational bike ride includes an exclusive tour of the Merrick home for which the city of Coral Gables is named. The Merrick family story is one of hopes and dreams, hard work and dedication, ups and downs, and, ultimately, the creation of the City Beautiful. Ride down beautiful tree-lined boulevards, past public parks, plazas, fountains and historic landmarks.
Meg Daly, founder of The Underline, will provide a park update from construction to art just before we set off on our fun, family-friendly bike ride to discover Coral Gables The City Beautiful.
This event is presented by Bike Walk Coral Gables. When you check in at Coral Gables Museum, Bike Walk Coral Gables will charge a small tour fee: $10 or $5 for Museum and Bike Walk Coral Gables members and children under 12. Tour cost includes a day pass to Coral Gables Museum.
Cyclists of all levels are welcome. Bike helmets are required for children under 16. Bike rentals and helmets are available at No Boundaries – 220 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL. Be sure to reserve in advance 305-444-3206
Friends of The Underline does not charge for its bike tours. Please show your love with a donation of any amount at theunderline.org/donate or when you register on Eventbrite. It takes your love and the support of our partner Baptist Health South Florida to deliver free, fun, healthy activities for you and your family and friends to enjoy throughout the year!
Register on Eventbrite here in advance and you will automatically be entered to win an Underline T-shirt or hat!
About Friends of The Underline: Our Mission is to deliver and activate a 120-acre, world-class linear park spanning 10-miles below Miami’s Metrorail that will transform regional mobility and celebrate diversity, culture and lifelong learning. Through innovative urban trails and creative programming, we are connecting people to their environment and each other to create a safe, healthy, equitable, and sustainable community. For more information visit theunderline.org