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This Saturday, August 17th the premier cycle studio in Palm Beach Gardens will transform into a pink party to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Florida. Cycle For A Cure will be held at CycleBar on Donald Ross and Military Trail.

The class will feature a high-intensity and energy 60-minute spin class filled with music, competitions, exciting prizes and snacks. Everyone is invited to attend.
You can register online to reserve your bike with a minimum donation of $30 dollars, click here to register. All proceeds from the spin class will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help find a cure.

The class begins at 12:30 pm and goes until 1:30 pm. You are asked to arrive a few minutes early to adjust your bike and gather your free cycle shoes to use

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Palm Beach County is home to some of the best bike trails in South Florida. Here are a few that you and your family could enjoy riding together this summer.

Lake Trail

This Palm Beach Trail along the Intracoastal offers the perfect scenery of the historic Palm Beach homes and a glimpse of downtown West Palm Beach from across the water. The trail is easy to follow and traffic-free, though some areas of the trail intersect with intersections in residential areas with little traffic. Along the trail, you can stop at the historic section of Worth Avenue and Henry Flagler Museum. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many shops and restaurants are located nearby to stop for food and drinks. Access to the bike trail is located

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The Lake Trail is a 5.5-mile path running north to south along the barrier island of Palm Beach. The scenic town is known for its upscale estates, tall palm trees, blue ocean views and beautiful landscaping- which all make the Lake Trail an excellent route to endeavor. Along the way, bikers will pass 18 eye-catching sites including the West Palm Beach skyline, Society of the Four Arts, The Breakers and historic Kennedy bunker on Peanut Island. 

The towering age-old coconut palms on the island create a nice shady path (particularly in the morning) for riders to get a glimpse of exclusive high-end backyards of impressive estates. Sites like the Estee Lauder Mansion and Flagler Museum are an incredible display of Gilded Age architecture and history in

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The Club Scrub is hosting a free “Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day” this Sunday, May 19th at the Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The biking event starts at 9 am and goes until 1 pm at the Camp Murphy Off-Road Mountain Bike Trails.

The event features guided trail rides for all ages, a variety of biking trails for all skill levels, a free family barbeque lunch, snacks, beverages, raffles and goodie bags. They hosted the same event in the fall and the biking day had over 350 kids participated in November’s event. The purpose of the event is kids and their families to the joy of mountain biking.

The event is free, and you can register online. If you register online by May 10th you will be guaranteed a goodie bag. Kids and adults must have their own bikes,

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According to the Florida Bicycle Association, the month of March is Florida’s Bike Month. Through the month there are several bike riding events around the state to promote their mission by working together to build a bicycle-friendly state. Since the spring weather is perfect for cycling, here are some of the best places to ride your bike in Palm Beach County.

The Riverwalk in Jupiter: Start your route along the Riverwalk at Harbourside Place. Along the 2.5-mile journey you’ll pass by residential areas, marinas, natural ridge areas, commercial properties, and waterside parks. The Riverwalk provides a great view of the Intracoastal and the Jupiter Inlet. If you are looking to rent a bike for the journey, Jupiter Bike Rental provides rentals starting at

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The 2019 Giro Di Zeppoli Bike Tour is happening this weekend, so strap on your helmet and get ready! 25 or 50 mile routes offer something for every rider level. The 25 mile route is for the beginner or those that wish to take it easy along the way. The 50 mile route is a bit more up-tempo and offers a quick paced ride for the athlete at heart.

Both courses cover the same ground as the tour takes riders along A1A with views of the Atlantic Ocean and mansions on Jupiter Island. From there the 25 mile riders turn around at Jupiter Island Town Hall and make their way back to the start. The 50 mile riders continue north along Gomez, Dixie Hwy, to Kiwanis Park in Stuart for the turnaround.

There will be well-stocked rest stops, SAG and a Broom Wagon

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