Forward Pinellas Hosts Virtual “Bike Your City” Event

Join the ride for a self-guided “Bike Your City” scavenger hunt through Safety Harbor.

Jump on your bicycles and enjoy riding around beautiful Safety Harbor while finding enchanting scavenger hunt locations! Forward Pinellas is pleased to announce our reinvented, self-guided “Bike Your City” scavenger hunt through our host city of Safety Harbor.

From October 16, 2020 – October 31, 2020, participants will be challenged to find all 20 locations on our scavenger hunt map and submit a “selfie” or picture of their bike at the landmark using our interactive online form.

“From downtown Safety Harbor to Phillippe Park and Bayshore Linear Greenway Trail, my family loves to explore the beautiful biking areas that make Safety Harbor so unique. The Bike Your City scavenger hunt is an innovative way to promote bike advocacy and safety throughout Pinellas and provides residents and visitors with an amazing opportunity to come together and promote Community Planning Month even while physically apart,” says Angela Ryan, principal planner at Forward Pinellas.

Once you register, you’ll receive the scavenger hunt locations and instructions for how to show us your “selfie.” You’ll also have the opportunity to support local businesses, decorate your bikes for Halloween, and even win some great prizes! Make sure to stop at the Safety Harbor Art and Music Center (SHAMC) during your bike ride and help us create a beautiful “Bike Your City” mosaic community art project that will become a permanent installation after the event!

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One Response to “Forward Pinellas Hosts Virtual “Bike Your City” Event”

  1. Francene Penhallow

    Why not have a Holiday Lights Ride in Safety Harbor which is launching their auto tour on December 4. I think it would be fabulous and safe event.


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