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Florida Bicycle Messenger
Newsletter of the Florida Bicycle Association, Inc.
Florida Bicycle Association, Inc. (FBA) is a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization uniting all types of bicyclists. Our mission for Florida bicycling is to network and share best practices, to educate and advocate and to build awareness as a unified voice.
Publication Dates and Circulation
The Florida Bicycle Messenger is published quarterly. Publication dates are March 15, June 15, September 15 and December 15. Circulation is approximately 2500 including active members, bicycle/pedestrian coordinators and professionals, elected officials, corporations, bicycle clubs and stores, and other state and regional bicycle advocacy organizations. We currently print 3000 copies per issue which are further distributed at special events.
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Everything you need to know about driving your bicycle!
Produced by the Florida Bicycle Association, this book is made possible through funding from the Florida “Share the Road” license plate program.
Significant portions are reproduced, with permission, from Bicycling Street Smarts: Riding Confidently, Legally, and Safely, by John S. Allen, published by Rubel BikeMaps and copyright 1988, 2001 Rodale Inc. The booklet also includes information about Florida bicycling laws (updated for 2012). *Statutes have not changed since 2012.
About the author: John Allen, author of Florida Bicycling Street Smarts, has been writing about bicycling since 1982. He is a co-author of Sutherland’s Handbook for Bicycle Mechanics. He also works as a technical translator and consultant, and maintains an informative bicycling Web site. He lives in the Boston-Massachusetts area with his wife and son. They all ride bicycles for enjoyment and transportation.
COMING SOON IN 2017!
This booklet was created specifically to help familiarize law enforcement officers with portions of the Florida vehicle code that relate to two-wheeled human-powered vehicles. Included are motor vehicle responsibilities related to sharing the road with bicycles.
Download a PDF of the Complete Bicycle & Pedestrian Law Enforcement Guide
Download a PDF of Bicycle Only Law Enforcement Guide
The 4×5 printed booklets contain both bicycle and pedestrian laws.
Visit Florida’s Pedestrian & Bicycling Safety Resource Center for bulk orders of publications and a wide variety of other items.