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Tour de Pink South SOUTH RIDE
 
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Deadline of February 15th!
Don’t forget, January 15 is the last day to raise $250 to receive a TdP bike tag and also be entered to win an awesome Tour de Pink swag bag. We are well on our way to meeting our goal of $300,000 but need your help!
My Pink Bubble
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Sat. Jan. 28 Training Ride in Orlando
What: Tour de Pink Training Ride
When: Saturday, Jan. 28 at 8:00am
Where: Kyle's Bike Shop, 203 Primrose Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
Details: Come out to train with fellow TdP riders. Bring friends with you to have fun and learn about TdP - they can even rent a bike from Kyle's Bike Shop for the morning. It is a 35 mile, no-drop ride with lots of support for beginners, and breakfast provided! Facebook event here.
Get Back in the Saddle!
“Life is like riding a bicycle. In order to keep your balance, you must keep moving.” Albert Einstein. Read more here

Tour de Pink South

April 21, 2017

Safety

  

A successful ride must be a safe ride. Basic information will keep you safe during Tour de Pink and while you are training. As an additional precaution to make sure all riders are well informed on cycling safety and etiquette, starting in 2016 all riders will be required to watch this safety video during on-site event registration.

Please also read our Bicycle Safety and Etiquette Guide and review the resources and the rules and tips we've provided below. For the South ride, review the South Ride Safety Memo from Ride Director, Jon Chaki with information specific to the ride in April.

*Any Tour de Pink rider deemed to be riding in an unsafe manner will be asked to leave the event.

Rules and Tips

  • Ride on the road, in the direction of traffic.
  • Obey traffic laws. Stop at all stop signs and obey traffic signals
  • Signal turns
  • Share the road
  • Wear bright clothing
  • Communicate your intentions to other cyclists by calling out warnings in a loud voice. Some common warnings are: on your left, car back, car up, passing, gravel, potholes
  • All cyclists must wear a helmet while participating in Tour de Pink
  • If you are turning left, use the left lane
  • A lot of cycling accidents can be avoided by controlling your speed
  • Avoid music players and mobile phones. It’s more important to hear what’s around you when you’re biking. The fewer distractions the better.

Resources

Bicycle Safety and Etiquette Guide [PDF]
South Ride Safety Memo [PDF]
Video: Pelotonia: Rules of the Road
Video: Riding Over Train Tracks
Video: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – Bicycle Safety Tips for Adults

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